Locate the power cord on the rear of the washing machine. The power cord is on the top-right side of the machine, and when shipped from the factory it is inserted into a hole to the right of the power cord base.
Pull the cord out of the hole, then seal the hole, using the cap attached to the ring around the hole. Drape the power cord over the top of the washing machine.
Slide the drain hose squeeze-clamp over the end of the elbow end of the drain hose, then, while squeezing the clamp, place the end of the drain hose onto the machine's drain port. Release the clamp when the hose is completely seated over the drain port, securing the hose to the port.
It may be necessary to use pliers to squeeze the clamp.
Attach the drain hose form to the drain hose, then insert the other drain hose end into the stand pipe. Only insert approximately 45 inches of the drain hose into the standpipe, and do not force the hose into the pipe.
Secure the drain hose to the standpipe, using zip ties.
Connect the inlet hoses to the two inlet valves beside the standpipe. Thread the connectors by hand onto the inlet valves, then tighten, using the channel wrench.
Place the ends of the hoses in a bucket, then turn on each valve for a few seconds to run water through and clean the hoses and water line.
Connect the inlet hoses to the hot and cold water inlets on the rear of the washing machine. Be sure to connect the hot water line to the "H" inlet, and the cold water line to the "C" inlet.
Tighten by hand, then further tighten with the channel wrench.
Turn on the water valves and make certain there are no leaks. If there are leaks, turn off the water, then tighten the leaking connection.
Plug the power cord into a three-prong, grounded outlet to complete the installation.