Question about Washing Machines
Well...if the water is running, the tub is not filling, and you don't have water all over the floor, your drain hose is installed too deep in the drain pipe, or just installed too low, so that the water is simply running out of the machine and out the drain hose.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
My washer is doing the same thing. I put it up on blocks so I could see where it was leaking from. On mine it was leaking from the pump which a big white piece of plastic in front of the motor. The pump has two hoses connected to it the **** the water out of the tub and pump it out the drain hose. Disconnect the two hose clamps, remove the hoses (use force). There are two spring clips on top and one bottom. I laid mine on it's side to remove them. There two slots one top, one bottom for you to use when prying the clips off. Place screwdriver under clip and between grove and push/pull until they come off. Carry pump to the sink, fill with water and see if it leaks from somewhere, should be obvious.
Posted on May 08, 2009
one of the control valves (hot or cold) is not closing the water supply, most likely leaking so the electronics are good. one of the valves needs replacing, but if you dont want to spend the money just shut the water supply off at the water supply taps.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
is it still under warranty but anyway there is a water fill level switch that controls the water level and when it reaches the setting u have it on then it shuts the water off and the wash cycle kicks in most likely bad or it may have a small hose on it that is crinkled off or stopped up
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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