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eddie50

Member Since 07 Jun 2011
Offline Last Active Mar 10 2014 06:28 PM

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1994 Maytag top load washer lat4910aal hose leak

10 March 2014 - 06:10 PM

yes, simple, I thought leak  was at the pump, but water  was running down from the pump hose from above where where it connects to the tub bottom. its the tub to pump hose.

Tightening the factory band clamp seems to have stopped the leak at the tub bottom.

Should I replace the hose? machine is a 1994 model, medium use (couple, no kids)

if I do replace it do you put any type "dope" or sealant on the tub nipple?

thanks

 


how best to clean coils trane 3 1/2 ton heat pump 4wcy4042a1000aa

05 November 2011 - 08:23 AM

choices? which works best?
water hose?
loosen fan screws and tip fan grill up, then vac and water hose
pull whole metal top off - 22 screws!!
pull black side pieces off? do they come off?


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