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I have a whirlpool top load washer, when I did a load of wash last night I found water at the bottom of the machine. all the hoses are fine - any thoughts as to what the problem might be?

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Sounds like the drain pump filter look in the manual it will tell u where it is should b easy 2 get 2

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