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Not filling washing machine will not hold water, continues to fill and drain at the same time

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  • shortjabba Oct 17, 2008

    it is in a drain pipe

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    john gagnon May 11, 2010

    HI thanks for your question. how high is the drain hose from the floor. is it in a drain pipe or in the sink

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How far down the drain pipe is it down . lift the hose out a bit to see if it stops

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

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