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Thread: LG WT1101CW Water inlet Valve cover removal help!

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    4861EN3003A Part number for clamps. If your talking about the clamps in the screen shot here is the part number.
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    Thats it! Thank you. You guys are awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertnj63 View Post
    Would you happen to know what you call those clamps that are holding the two black hoses to the inlet valve?
    Hose clamp?
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