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Since we are working on the drain side of things only 2 things can happen to not get the water out of your tub-1 the pump isn't working,something stuck in it- 2 you have blockage which we know is not in the trap-check conection to the tub and the pump and all discharge hoses-cheers Denny
When that happens it is often because the drum bearing is starting to go. The first symptom is a loud high pitched noise during the spin part of the cycle. As problem gets worsening you will notice that the drum will be a bit wobbly if you spin it by hand.
My f11 code is repaired! I got a clamp from Home Depot put it on the ccu unit on the right side tightened it shut and haven't got the stinking f11 code ever since. No more banging it again! I can finally do my wash without the horror beeping sound going off every time.
Chances are due to the description of your problem, especially the noise you describe, is most likely a serious issue. If it sounded like a jet engine when going into spin, the rear bearing may be shot which breaks the belt. This happens over time from using too much sudsy detergent and it drys out the seal and binds up the basket shaft and pow, it blows out the belt. Forget about fixing it, its a gonner! (Sorry) If you replace it with another High efficency machine, READ THE DIRECTIONS AND FOLLOW THEM TO THE LETTER. Especially the use of He detergents only!!