bigreddoggy55: Just wanna add a 3/32 allen will work on the torx screws.. My torx were at me job.. I work on elevators and escalators... Thanks so much Fred... Have a drink on me brother... No fun cleaning up water.. God Bless you!!
GmGarlo: my 15 year old kenmore has a puddle of water on the floor , cleaned it up and another puddle a few hours later. this is happening without doing a wash, iturned off the hot and cold valve and no more puddle. its not leaking at the connection to the washer , so what should i troubleshoot next, would like your advice , thanks.
lejuan wiley: man just saved me a few hundred buck!!!! Thank you!!!!! 3 years old and still saving lives...lol
Kevin Doyle: A "How to video" where you can actually hear the person talking, no shaking camera, excellent lighting and especially brief, complete and to the point. I salute you.
Netra C: Thanks so much, this video saved me $150
Pablo Zepeda: I just want to say thank you. My problem was the hose was packed with dirt so i just cleaned. Thank you
0988Haleyj: Thank you!
Dauzq De: Thanks a lot!
John Erlinger: Very helpful video. I cleaned the level hose which was plugged on the bottom end, but it seems that the box is also clogged a bit. On filling a small load no water appears in the hose which is below the water level in the tub but it did turn off the fill. Should water appear in the hose when the tub is filled or not? Does the box ever need cleaning out and if so, how do I access it?
kerrigin: This was a great help! We thought we were going to have to buy a new washing machine, when all we needed to do was unclog the pressure hose. The video really helped! Thanks so much!!
Joshua Long: Worked like a charm with the top tube connection. Thanks so much for the great video!!!
Jim Maclellan: thanks for your video both ends of the hose were fine but had a clog down at the bottom of the hose -- a quick clean out and wqasher is working fine
Paul Klim: Thanks !
plugone: a sincere thank-you. It took me longer to type this than to fix the clog in the bottom hose! truly a great help!
radicalrey: How do u take that box off to clean it? Been looking all over and can't figure it out. Thanks.
juan sanchez: Canyonman1963 I have a whirlpool and it over fill so I unplug the plastic hose and blow and reconnect the hose back in position and it starts washing but when it's finally spin out the water and start my next load it's starting washing right away when is not even fill what is the problem any suggestions please
Stephen Witschorke: Mine unfortunately seems to be a clog, it had a bit of stuff in the hose itself, so I'm testing it now, if that's not it it sounds like I'll have to clean the box.
How do you access the inside of it?
Kimberly McCree: I find this video very helpful, but the hose is attached on both ends and it is still overfilling . What could be the other reason I have the same washer in the video?
fpesut: Thank you so much, you saved me!
centerofstar: For your second example, is this the water level switch? If so, do I need to replace it? My washing machine is overflowing when I put a lot of clothes inside. I check pressure hose at the top and it is connected but I have yet to check the bottom because I do not have the tools to do so.
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