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Fixing a Weird Leak in a Whirlpool Top Load Washer

Whirlpool washer drain hose leak

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Posted 26 December 2013 - 09:41 AM

Lots of times, it's the pump.  This time, it ain't.  What was it?  Ahh, Grasshoppah, watch and learn!  This is a Whirlpool-built direct drive top loading washer so there are lots of other videos out there showing you how to take it apart; watch those if you need to.  In this video, I'm showing you an uncommon source of a leak in this washer.  Here's the drain hose assembly that was replaced to fix this washer:  http://www.repaircli...0096921/1472601
 
 
 
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