Found more information: Washer is Model A207, Series 01, SN 198356WZ.
Got part of the process from what you said (seems like a good start) but need a different part or parts and more instructions. See possible next steps below.
The parts you mentioned don't seem involved, as will be explained.
Removed front panel. Found and removed screws at front top left and right that hold the front of top down and lifted front of top (you omitted these steps). Not sure I did it right just lifting it up at the front. Should the top assembly be taken off entirely?
Water is leaking from near the upstream end of a somewhat larger cross section diameter U-shaped tube (the U-shape is positioned in a horizontal plane), the downstream end of which turns downward into the tub. This tube is not one of the parts you mentioned. (Possibly it could be part no. 435487 pictured at URL http://www.repairclinic.com/SSPartDetail.aspx?s=t-+A207-%3d%3di435487&PartID=435487, est. $32.10 )
This tube is similar in shape to the U-shape formed by the index finger of your curled left hand with thumb pointing down. The tip of your finger is the upstream end of the tube that fits into a connection to another hose at a bracket mounted to the top left side of the frame. The downstream end of the tube is turned in the direction of your thumb and fits into and connects with tub. Hard to describe the radius of curvature (bigger than your index finger) or the tube diameter (larger than the diameter of the hose next upstream of it), etc., but size and tube diameter obviously must fit right.
Can't tell whether the water is leaking from that U-shaped tube or from the tube just upstream of it (looks like that might be the case, but can't be sure), since the leakage is where they come together.
The other, upstream tube possibly could be part no. 1798 pictured at URL http://www.repairclinic.com/SSPartDetail.aspx?s=t-+A207-%3d%3di1798&PartID=1798 , est $15.25. This tube is not one of the parts you mentioned either.
The problem could be in either tube or possibly something to do with the bracket where they connect, or possibly all three. There is a short tube, not previously mentioned, that goes inside both of the other tubes. In other words, both rubber tubes are the female part of the connection, and the short tube is the male part.
Couldn't see another area of leakage but maybe there is one, because it seems strange that before it leaked only when filling with hot water (which has lower water pressure), whereas now it also leaks when filling with cold (which has higher water pressure).
Possible next steps:
So, what should I do? Need to confirm the part numbers for the parts needed and whether they sell separately or as an assembly which might be less expensive. Might be a good idea to replace the whole assembly (both tubes and the short connecting tube), but then need instructions on how to connect the second (upstream) tube at the hard to reach upstream connection point mounted to the back of the washer.
Should I try simply cutting 1/2 inch off the second (upstream) tube at its downstream end and attempt to reconnect it, hoping that it won't leak once the connection is being made with new rubber? [This might not work because the connecting portion of the tube has an enlarged diameter. Also, then it might be too short.] Maybe the short connecting tube should be replaced instead. It looks black, like rubber tubing that could wear out. If so, what size, what length, what part number, where to get it, and how to do the replacement? Also, are there other places for parts beside RepairClinic.com, which omits many parts.
Finally, am I missing something? Especially, could there be another leak somewhere else? (I suppose I should fix what I see and wait to see of that fixes it.)
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