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Hi. I just replaced the motor coupler in my 15 yr old Kenmore 110 series. As i was putting it

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Hi. I just replaced the motor coupler in my 15 yr old Kenmore 110 series. As i was putting it back together, the pressure switch hose was dangline and leaking water. I can't figure out where the end of the hose goes. I found the switch that is activated when the top lid closes but i don't see where the clear/yellowish hose attaches to and drains. Help! Thanks!

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Old 10-28-2009, 05:37 AM
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The hose is for the water level switch.
One end attaches to the outer tub or just goes into the outer tub.

The other end attaches to the water level switch in the control console.

Check that the hose does not have cracks or pinholes. If it does replace it.
Also make sure it pushes snugly onto the level switch, if not cut off half an inch and try it.

If this hose has an air leak the unit will overfill.
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Thank you! I found it. I wasn't looking on the control panel at first, but found where the hose connects to. My next hold up is difficulty putting the washer housing (cover) back on. I see 2 slots in the bottom sides for the top sides to fit into but after 30 mins. I gave up until later. Any tips?
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