Question about Washing Machines
I did just like you told me.The drain line had a pen stuck in it .many thanks
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
If you are hearing stone like sounds from your washer while it is pumping.. then there is a good chance you have something caught in the pump itself.. coin, bobby pin, or some artifact..You'll have to gain access to the pump and clear out whatever you find in there..
The drain hose works well when you put it on the floor because your water is draining from gravity and not from the pump ( the pump has to push the water up the hose)...
Hope this helps you..
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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Place a plastic U-shape guide onto the end of the drain hose to help the hose stay in place in the drain pipe without requiring you to force the hose into the pipe in an effort to get it to stay in place. If the drain hose is crammed into the pipe, remove it and replace it lightly in the pipe. There must be room for air--as well as water--to flow from the washer to the device. If there is no room for air, the washer will not drain and spin as it should.
Inspect the "Washer" breaker switches in your home's breaker box. In the event of a power surge, one or both of these breaker switches may have flipped to "Off." When the switch flips to "Off," the power to the washer ceases. Flip the switch back over so that it is in the "On" position. The spin cycle now should work if the problem stemmed from a lack of power
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