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I have a Haier RWT350AW Washer it intermittingly doesn't spin or pump the water out. It works fine for a while and then it will not spin and pump out the water.

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  • Randy Chaumont Feb 12, 2012

    I have just fixed the problem by blowing very hard into the drain hose once I drained most of the water out. I think this machine has a very sensitive pump and any little debris causes problems, however I'm wondering why it just started doing this after about a year and a half of use. My pump may be getting wore out anyway it's spinning and draining as I'm typing this update.

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if it is still washing then your not in real trouble in most cases the problem is to do with your water pump have hubby take the hoses of and see if any tubes are blocked if not see id=f the water pump is turning if not replace it then you should be right as water pumps often fail within months as to poor line production in some cases

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bad drain pump or clogged drain line. some units have drain trap you can clean,if so you can clean it out yourself but will make a huge mess if you don't pinch close the drain hose between the tub and pump.

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