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inside a hotpoint washing machine

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by breezer, 21 Nov 2004.

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  1. breezer

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    there is another brush exactly opposite this one

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    Thought i would add a post of what a hotpoint washing m/c looks like and its main components.

    Please note this is for HOTPOINT only, and not all hotpoints look like this, its for a guide only
     
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    sorry it has been some time, but my old hp has given up, so here are some pictures

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    This is with the lid and front off

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    Best option is to lay m/c on its back, themn you can see the pump

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    Again with front off the pressure chamber is to the bottom right

    Please also note this is a HOTPOINT m/c that was made in about 1996 , so if yours is made after about 2000 it may not look like this
     
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