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Fisher &Paykel Parts!

Posted by ivtec (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 8, 12 at 15:30

Higuys: Anybody knows the Part Assembly That Connects to the Pump to Expel water out of the machine, for Washer Machine, Fisher&Paykel Mod # MKT GwL 15 US S# RAV776023.
Apeciate it.


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RE: Fisher &Paykel Parts!

Are you perhaps referring to the diverter valve? It doesn't specifically expel the water, the pump does that. The diverter controls which way the pumped water flows -- either recirculated back into the tub via the shower port at the top of the tub (for the EcoActive wash period at start of a cycle), or out the drain hose.

Diverter = Part Number 426862P.

Available via SearsPartsDirect.com, FisherPaykelParts.com, FisherPaykelParts.net, and sometimes can be found on eBay.

Note that FisherPaykelParts.com and FisherPaykelParts.net are independent service companies not related to the Fisher & Paykel "parent" company, or to each other.


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RE: Fisher &Paykel Parts!

Thanks dadoes; it's not the Diverte Valve but the Hose Harness;But to pay 104.00 Bucks for a Hose assembly it's out of the question. http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-number/420822/0026/426


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RE: Fisher &Paykel Parts!

Ah. Yes, the drain hose is part-and-parcel with the wiring harness. Not available separately, one of those weird situations.

What happened that you need a drain hose? Maybe you could fabricate one from plastic tubing of appropriate size. Forming a 90-degree connection to the tub outlet without kinking it would be tricky, but maybe cut off and splice in the connector from the bad hose?

Check NeedApplianceParts.com.

Also GenuineApplianceParts.net (currently out-of-stock)


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