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I have been remodelling my kitchen and have just had my old washing machine reconnected in it's new position by a plumber. I decided to try using the dryer for the first time in years and found it wasn't heating so thought I'd pull the machine out to see if there was a thermal cut out switch which could be reset. I didn't get very far because the machine hoses were only long enough to move the machine halfway out. I had told the plumber it would need longer hoses and it looks like he has extended the drainage hose slightly, but not the inlet - neither would allow the machine to come right out without disconnecting them. I have never had this situation with a washing machine before...is it normal, do I really need to disconnect the hoses when I want to move it out for service or repair, or should I get the plumber back to fit longer hoses?
Hi guys Simple question from a complete novice at these things. My washing machine inlet hose is leaking at the tap. It's not a standard hose, it's It's got a waterstop on the end to make it compatible with the AEG anti flood feature. The washer dryer is an AEG L14850 I had a plumber in and he changed the tap which was very old anyway. The washer inside the valve is fitted with some sort of filter and he didn't think it was standard. Anyway, a few hours later and Now it's leaking again, though not anywhere near as much. So I guess I'm looking for a new inlet hose. When looking on the AEG site there are two extremely similar looking devices, the only difference appears to be the colour plus the price. The one that I have already is listed at £43 and the similar looking one is £23. Same as what I have now - http://shop.aeg.co.uk/product/3792785028/Washing+Machine+Inlet+Hose+Assembly Similar one - http://shop.aeg.co.uk/product/50284341000/SAFETY+SYSTEM+1.5m+Inlet+Hose Your advice would be appreciated. Many thanks Paul