Cleaning the inlet hose filter
The washer has two water inlet filters to
protect each inlet valve. Check and
clean these filters every 6 months. This
may have to be done more frequently
with some water supplies.
Cleaning the inlet hose filters
^ Turn off the water faucet.
^ Unscrew the inlet hose from the valve
by turning the connector
counterclockwise using a wrench if
^ Remove the rubber seal, 1, from the
^ Using needle nose pliers, grasp the
plastic filter, 2, and pull it out of the
^ Clean the filter under running water
and carefully remove any large
^ Replace the filter and seal and
reconnect the hose.
Cleaning and Care
Slowly turn on the faucet and check
for leaks. If water leaks, tighten the
Cleaning the filter in the inlet valve
^ Using pliers carefully loosen and
remove the plastic hose connector
from the inlet valve.
^ Using needle nose pliers, remove the
plastic filter by pulling on the bar (see
illustration). Rinse under running
water and return. Replace the filter
and seal then reconnect the hose.
Both filters must be put back in
place after cleaning.