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Does the rubber stop on my washers drain pump return cause problem

Pump has rubber flap on outlet end to stop water from backing up

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perhaps not in that hose but in the pump housing just below it, quite possible that someting is jamming the imopellar preventing proper draining of water

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Remove the hose and bend it in circiles see if yo see any cracks in the hose if you do replace it or if it's long enough cut out the bad part and replace it. Alos clamps wear out ver time so try replacing the clamps too.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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