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Beko Washing Machine: Water Leak From Black Hose At Bottom


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Hey

I have a Beko washing machine: wm 6123W.

Firstly, the drain pipe of the washing machine got torn; i wasted days to find a drain pipe suitablle for this machine. After replacing it, buying the remaining hoses etc...and turning on the machine, water leaked from the bottom. It is not from the pipe i did replace , nor from the inlet hose. It seems it is coming down from the hose coming out of the pump which from i recall should be connected nowhere.

I am attaching images of this hose;

if someone can help me to fix this problem. i check the in -oses to the pumps, they seems all fine. for some reason, water is coming out of the hose showing in the images....

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Can't work much out from the photos, I don't recognise the long black hose, looks more like a really old style fill hose. Any hose connected to the pump which doesn't go anywhere would be a draining hose and should have a bung in the end?

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The pics are very small, but that's a lot better. A hose that size should be connected to something surely? The "draining" hose I referred to is usually very thin and can be accessed by the customer from a pump filter door.

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That's what I said in my first reply kikou only I've not seen one that big before. Check through all the Beko WM6123 spare parts on 4Washerhelp, if you can't find it send in a parts query from 4Washerhelp.

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This could be it Beko Stopper plug

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It looks like it has to be the missing one. If it fits snug and tight it should be ok. I don't think there's a lot of pressure in that hose, only gravity pressure from the water above. The part I highlighted as a possible is still only a plastic bung. If the bung fits nice and tight it looks like it's the missing one. However, if it came out before...

Dry the hose out with paper towels before fitting it and maybe fit a cable tie over it at the end. Make sure you don;t fit it so that it squeezes the bung out though. Alternatively cut an inch off the hose to get fresh hose, which may give a tighter fit. As you suspect, if the bung came off it would flood badly.

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many many thanks :)

It looks like it has to be the missing one. If it fits snug and tight it should be ok. I don't think there's a lot of pressure in that hose, only gravity pressure from the water above. The part I highlighted as a possible is still only a plastic bung. If the bung fits nice and tight it looks like it's the missing one. However, if it came out before...

Dry the hose out with paper towels before fitting it and maybe fit a cable tie over it at the end. Make sure you don;t fit it so that it squeezes the bung out though. Alternatively cut an inch off the hose to get fresh hose, which may give a tighter fit. As you suspect, if the bung came off it would flood badly.

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It looks like the hose just lays in the chassis channel. The blue stopper just looks like it has a handy design to assist pulling it out.

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