The older MCF's had two screws on the bottom front panel, but
yours uses clips. Push a stiff putty knife into the gap between the
cabinet and top, about 2 inches in from either side, and pop the
From memory, I believe you'll see two screws that hold the top
of the front panel onto the front crossbrace. After removing those,
the front should swing forward and lift off the bottom clips.
Pump leaks are pretty common on these, but be careful about
investing much $ into this machine. Pump is # 21001906, runs
Hope that's of some help.
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New Albany, PA
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Well it appears that the 'clamshell' water inlet had come apart and was
letting water ricochet off of it onto the back wall of the washing
machine. It only did this when using warm water because the force of
the water coming in is greatest when its on warm. One other thing that
I did notice was that the tub was slightly rotated around where the
bleach spout wasn't aligned properly. Is there anyway to secure this?
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