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    Default GE drain assembly

    Model - WBSE2090AOWw
    Serial - LZ107763G

    Where the drain hose connects at the bottom to the pump discharge, is supposed have an insert of some kind, or does the hose just push into the discharge pipe and is held in place by the retainer?

    I have one that has part of the discharge hose from the pump missing. This is the flange like part that fits outside the cabinet. The retainer is gone. The complaint was a water leak at the drain pipe. Can I put a retainer on this machine and expect it not to leak?
    I ran it through a cycle empty with the hose just securely pushed into the discharge pipe. It went through the cycle with no noticeable leak. Maybe 1/4 of the flange part of the discharge hose is missing, ujst the part that fits outside the cabinet like to maybe keep it from going inside the cabinet.

    Or can the hose from the pump out, what I am calling the dischage hose, be bought separately from the pump and label assembly?

    P. S. What is the 'label' part? it

    Thanks

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    Where the drain hose connects at the bottom to the pump discharge, is supposed have an insert of some kind, or does the hose just push into the discharge pipe and is held in place by the retainer?
    Pushed into the rubber grommet and the retainer clamp is held in place by 2 screws.

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    I have one that has part of the discharge hose from the pump missing. This is the flange like part that fits outside the cabinet.
    The part that grommets onto the cabinet would be important for sure as the hose could certainly fall inside if pressed against.

    Can I put a retainer on this machine and expect it not to leak?
    I don't think I would.

    Maybe 1/4 of the flange part of the discharge hose is missing
    GE drain assembly-drain-hose-wh41x374-00611186-jpg Drain hose, pump to cabinet Manufacturer Number WH41X374



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    Thanks Jeff. I noticed in that diagram, the drain hose is corrugated (?). Anyway, the one on this machine is long and smooth. I have another GE that has the corrugated hose. I am kind of wondering if the original hose has been replaced and maybe the outer lip was damaged on the pump to cabinet hose when the drain hose was installed.

    Thanks again. I had missed the pump to cabinet hose when I looked at the diagram for that machine before I posted.

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    I noticed in that diagram, the drain hose is corrugated (?).
    It should be corrugated.

    GE drain assembly-drain-hose-wh41x10096-00990862-jpg Washing machine corrugated drain hose, 4-1/2 feet Manufacturer Number WH41X10096



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    I think someone needed a little longer cord and drain pipe. The cord had been spliced and is a little longer than normal, and the drain pipe is smooth and longer than normal also.

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    Sounds like you are correct!

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    I'm glad I replaced the hoses. The one I put on it has a beveled edge that fits into the pump to cab hose snuggly as I tighten the screws for the retainer. The one that was with it fit inside the pump to cab hose and may have worked with the retainer as it did not leak when I tried it, but I feel much safer with the change.

    I don't care much for the corrugated pipe, but I like the fit much better.

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    I don't care much for the corrugated pipe
    They don't kink as easily as rubber hoses do!

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    I guess, but when I think of these corrugated hard plastic like hoses, I think of pin holes. The flexible rubber like one I have no problem with.

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    Yupper!

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