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Your filter could be clogged. You might want to try cleaning it if you
haven't done it before, Its an easy fix to do. Here's how.
1.Turn power off at breaker or unplug the washer.
the 3 star head bolts on the bottom panel.
in front of you you'll see a white plastic with 2 hoses going into it
and a black box attached. It has a circular knob. That's where the
filter is located.
4. Unscrew the 1 silver screw attaching the
filter housing to the washer... this will make it easier to access the
white hose clamp. Slide the housing towards you to free it from the
5. Grab a bucket to catch the water that's in the hose
and place a towel under the washer too, this will keep any stray water
from going all over.
6.You can use a pair of Chanel lock pliers to
squeeze the hose clamp on the smaller white hose while you pull it free
from the housing, aim that hose into the bucket and shake it a bit to
get any particles out until it stops draining.
7. Now you can
unscrew the white circular filter knob to the left, be prepared for
some water to come out, keep the bucket and towel handy for this.
Pull the filter all the way out and more than likely you'll be
surprised by how much **** is in there lol, I had a small screw driver,
a nail, coins and many other misc. debris.
9. Shake the filter
housing a little while its over the plastic bucket to help drain excess
water and crud out of the hose and housing.
10. Clean the filter and make sure all the holes are clear.
Reinstall the opposite way you took it apart but keep the lower panel
off to make sure nothing is leaking after you do step 12.
12.Turn the power back on and press the cancel button twice and make sure the washer is set to spin
and drain cycle and run and watch it off and on until its done.
13. Go ahead and put the lower panel back on.
Hope that helps :D