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WFMC3301UC (12) Bosch Washer - Overview

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Cold Water Inlet Valve – Part Number: 00422244
Cold Water Inlet Valve
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PartSelect #: PS8713229
Manufacturer #: 00422244
This valve is used in washers and it is known as the washer inlet valve. This specific valve is used to control the flow of cold water into your washing machine. If your washer is leaking, if it will ...
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Bellow Assembly – Part Number: 00667489
Bellow Assembly
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PartSelect #: PS8732873
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This is a bellow assembly, also known as a door boot gasket kit, and it is designed for use with front load washers. This gasket acts as the main seal between the door of the washing machine and the w...
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Drain Pump - 120V 60Hz – Part Number: 00436440
Drain Pump - 120V 60Hz
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PartSelect #: PS8714879
Manufacturer #: 00436440
This drain pump, also referred to as a drain pump motor assembly, is designed for use with front load washers. This pump is used to remove the water from your washing machine during the washing cycle....   No Longer Available
Hot Water Inlet Valve – Part Number: 00422245
Hot Water Inlet Valve
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PartSelect #: PS8713230
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This valve is designed for use with washers. Inlet valves on washers are what control the flow of water into your appliance, this valve is used to control the flow of hot water into your washer. If yo...
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Leveling Leg – Part Number: 00610643
Leveling Leg
PartSelect #: PS8727257
Manufacturer #: 00610643
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Shipping Bolt with Spacer – Part Number: 00175724
Shipping Bolt with Spacer
PartSelect #: PS8697774
Manufacturer #: 00175724
Front-loading washing machines use a suspension system to support the tub during the wash cycle. This suspension system is only designed to handle a certain amount of movement, so when you are transpo...
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Sleeve – Part Number: 00422204
Sleeve
PartSelect #: PS8713206
Manufacturer #: 00422204
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Washer Drive Belt – Part Number: 00491680
Washer Drive Belt
PartSelect #: PS8722578
Manufacturer #: 00491680
This drive belt is for washers. Drive belt connects the drive motor to the drive system in the washer to spin the basket.   No Longer Available
SLEEVE – Part Number: 00422174
SLEEVE
PartSelect #: PS8713191
Manufacturer #: 00422174
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WASHER BOOT SPRING CLAMP – Part Number: 00648264
WASHER BOOT SPRING CLAMP
PartSelect #: PS8730741
Manufacturer #: 00648264
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We got E13 code, meaning "something" is in the pump--needs clean out. We cleaned out and it worked only once more:( A small plastic peice was cracked and let water and "junk" into the pump--a total loss.
My husband took off the back of the washer and disconnected the hose that connected the pump to the main drum. He has strong fingers--did it that way--but really you need a pillars. After putting it all back together we got another weird code--E29 and the door wouldn't lock. But after turning everything off and waiting 30 minutes, the genius machine just suddenly reset itself and started working correctly. No problems since and we've done about 30 loads since then. While on the phone with Bosch, trying to learn how to clear the new code, I heard only, "We only give information to certified repairmen and home repairs are definitely not covered by the warranty." Who cares? I'm now a satisfied mom who is actually washing clothes after only two days waiting for shipping--IF I could get any repairman to my house this month I'd be surprised and not for cheaper than the price of a new washer! Thank you for your great parts:)
Parts Used:
Drain Pump - 120V 60Hz
  • Sheriann from GLENN, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    A Bit Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    30 - 60 mins
  • Tools:
    Screw drivers
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The inlet valve on my washer was leaking
Turned off the water to the washer. Took the top off of the washer. Used pliers to loosen the rings holding the hoses to the valve. After the hoses were removed from the valve I popped out the old inlet valve. I put the new inlet valve in place and put the hoses and rings back on. Secured the top of washer back on the washer turned the water back on. No leak present.
Parts Used:
Cold Water Inlet Valve
  • Donna from HUNTERSVILLE, NC
  • Difficulty Level:
    Really Easy
  • Total Repair Time:
    Less than 15 mins
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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Old bellows was torn and needed to be replaced as the washing machine leaked.
This was my first time performing repairs on this machine.
I work in the engineering field and consider myself as having at least some mechanical aptitude.
The included instructions contained references to the disassembly of the reservoirs. This did not apply to my washer.
I was able to find a youtube video which was not significantly helpful.
Be prepared to keep track of parts removed and hardware.
Disassembly requires disassembly and removal of washer door.
Further disassembly was required to adequately access the part to be replaced. This includes removal of two large weights which improved access.
I removed the damaged bellows. The two spring-loaded clamps are way easier to remove than to install.
I gently set the new part in place to ensure I had the right part which seems to be easily damaged.
Securing the inner spring-loaded clamp was difficult as the new bellows needs to be installed in a specific orientation (it needs to be "keyed") and is quite floppy and pops out of position easily.
I'd recommend an additional pair of hands or two. Careful usage of multiple "C" clamps may be helpful, as well.
Use caution as to not pinch fingers or trap tools.
The spring of the spring-loaded clamp is quite strong. I used two pairs of locking pliers to grab the eyelets at each end of the spring.
The more you can extend the spring for 10+ seconds - without breaking it - the better.
It will likely take multiple attempts to apply the spring-loaded clamp when the bellows is in the correct position.
Make extra sure the bellows is fully seated, in the correct alignment and that the inner spring-loaded clamp is in the correct position.
Partially reassemble the washer to the point where the large front plate is installed.
Reassembly and attachment of the door is optional at this point It is it's own bundle of joy to reassemble and adjust. I saved it for last.
Securing the outer spring-loaded clamp was difficult as the achieving proper seal seating while installing the outer spring-loaded clamp was difficult. It is at least as difficult as installing the innerspring-loaded clamp as it seemed to be more likely that the seals of the bellows would pop out of place while working with it.
Again, make extra sure the bellows is fully seated, in the correct alignment and that the outer spring-loaded clamp is in the correct position.
After assembly and attachment of the door it was misaligned (the latching bar of the door collided with the latching mechanism in the large front plate). It required further disassembly and reassembly of the door to achieve proper alignment.
I ran a load of wash and no leaking.
Parts Used:
Bellow Assembly
  • Melvin from ANTELOPE, CA
  • Difficulty Level:
    Difficult
  • Total Repair Time:
    More than 2 hours
  • Tools:
    Pliers, Screw drivers
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