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Old 09-27-2014, 04:52 PM   #29
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hi dean, nice hearing from you... do you know where the p-trap for w/d is at? i suspect the gremlin plays in my part if the event is also in below restroom sink cabinet
No need to know. Just run a short rinse cycle to fill the trap.

I have removed my W/D 10 years ago to replace a fuse under the top cover, but remember nothing about the setup.

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Old 09-27-2014, 05:35 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by deandec View Post
No need to know. Just run a short rinse cycle to fill the trap.

I have removed my W/D 10 years ago to replace a fuse under the top cover, but remember nothing about the setup.
thanks dean!! my w/d is in place but it's never been connected even before i got it. considering it'll use a lot of water and increase tje chance of leaking water, i didn't bother to connect the hoses. needless to say i won't be able to rinse/fill water to the trap now.
i wonder if the trap is at w/d cabinet, which is at passenger side while bathroom is at driver side. if yes, i am guessing there should be smell near w/d; but no smell there. now i am thinking to pull w/d out to check. if nothing there, i will open up the bottom board of sink cabinet. a lot of myth

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