Question about Washing Machines
The water backs up in the pipe where the water is supposed to go during the withdrawal cycle and goes all over the floor. I have used a snake to remove any objects but there were none. Could the problem be the elbow joint that connects one pipe to another?
Depending on how your drain system is plumbed where you live.. many homes use a 'trap' .. meaning a place where water remains to keep sewer gas from getting back into your home.. If your house is set up with this ( and it may be on the wall or in the floor).. you may have a blockage there that won't allow water to drain fast enough and the pipe fills up and leaks onto your floor.. Hope this helps you...
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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