Question about Washing Machines
Two methods come to mind:
1/ You should be able to empty the water via the removable filter at the bottom of the machine. You'll need a suitable tray to catch it in, of course, and don't pull the filter completely out as there will be more than one trayful of water in there!
2/ Alternatively, you could insert a length of flexible tubing into the soap drawer, fiddle it down into the water and syphon it out that way. Removing the soap draw will probably make things easier. This method is much more controllable than the first one!
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Posted on Dec 04, 2008
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