I had a hose come loose on my Samsung front load washer model # WF395BTPASU/A1

It is a small black hose, about 2.5 feet long, that runs from the top of the drain pump in the front of the washer along the left side to the back of the drum.

The water spews out during the rinse and spin cycle. Where the hose connects is on the top of the drain pump and was found laying along the left side frame almost touching the back frame wall. Does anyone know where the other end of the hose connects?

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    Pictures will help. Most hoses are usually placed on round nipples(small pipes/tubes) or in a hole for a tank.
    – crip659
    Commented Jan 14, 2023 at 16:28
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    Look for an exploded diagram of your washer model, either from the manufacturer or from an appliance parts site. Also check for a bit of hose, rather than a place to connect a hose to, in case it broke, rather than coming loose.
    – Ecnerwal
    Commented Jan 14, 2023 at 16:37
  • The hose is not broken or cracked. The clamp worked loose and is still on the end. I will try to add pictures
    – Lance
    Commented Jan 14, 2023 at 16:43
  • A clamp should mean a nipple somewhere. Would check the end of the hose to see if a broken off nipple is inside.
    – crip659
    Commented Jan 14, 2023 at 21:37
  • It probably connects to the drain outlet.
    – Gil
    Commented Jan 15, 2023 at 21:22

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I believe it is this hose that attaches somewhere around the 10-o'clock position on the front of the drum:

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If so it attaches to the part labelled 7-7-3 in this diagram: enter image description here

That part, however, is discontinued and it has no name or product page on Samsung's web site. Hopefully that part is still intact and you can find it and connect to it.

Reference: https://samsungparts.com/pages/exploded-views-assembly?mfg=SMG&ariId=32417&assemblyId=32410. Not your exact model but from the same line.

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