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- Unplug the machine.
- Remove the outer shell. It is held on by 3 screws.
- Turn the machine on it’s side so that the element is facing UPWARD. This will ensure that when the element is remove, no water will leak out onto internal parts.
- Unplug the wires on the heating element.
- Use an open ended wrench or large socket to remove the element.
- Change over gasket to new element.
- Put on new one hand tight then wrench tight 1/4 turn OR wrench tight then 1/8 solid turn to seal.
- Stand up, plug in wires, plug in and test – check for any water leaks before putting body back on.