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Washing machine won't drain. spins but won't empty tub. SearsKenmore toploading washer

My washer won't drain. I emptied the wet clothes out of the tub, the electronic controls work, it will spin, but not drain the water out of the tub. Can I snake out the drain lines or do I have to take apart the pump and clean it all out?

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You will have to take apart the pump clean out all pipes and tubes leading to it also they may be blocked could just be a coin or hair clip

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