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Hi...I"m trying to take the panels off of my washing machine b/c I have a leak. It is a Sears Kenmore...about 14 years old. The front and side panels are all one piece. How is the quickest way to take it off? Thanks!

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This will show you how to remove the case...  Then you will be able to un-clip your dripping pump and replace it.  If it has not leaked for some time and stuck on the motor shaft, that is.  Pegi

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Hi there,

You were of great help and I just got the part in that I needed. my problem now is that after getting everything assembled, I don't know where to plug the lid switch terminal back into so I can flip the console back down. I'm looking all over for somewhere that  a 3 hole plug should insert but can't find one anywhere. Am I blind? HELP!!

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It comes thru the rear of the case under the console, usually nearer to the right side of the case, will be white plastic just like the plug-in on the lid switch

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