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The tech sheet doesn't show anything about the hose between the tub and dispenser. To check for a blockage, you just have to remove the hose. There is a clamp holding the hose to the dispenser itself which you'll need to remove by loosening the clamp. Then you just pull the hose off and do the same for the tub to check for a blockage in the hose. To access the hose, just remove the top panel. There are 3 screws coming in from the back of the top panel. Pull the washer forward, remove the screws, and the top panel will pull straight back, up, and off. Now you have access to the hose through the top of the washer.
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No, it's just tight, that's all the room you get. I understand the hose is below the dispenser box but you can still reach under the box and unscrew the clamp, you just can't see what you're doing---that is how it's intended to be worked on. No one said it was easy working in tight areas.
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