Question about Whirlpool GSC9455 Top Load Washer
I understand that it is not the washer that is the problem but the stand pipe itself, how do I fix this though?
It is ok to use a stand pipe that is 1 1/2 inch. the problem is that you need a new plumber!!! really you need someone that has a drain cleaning machine and can cut through all the years of lint and debris that has built up inside the pipe.
they will use the same type of head that is used to cut out tree roots from drains. make sure they know what they are doing before you agree to pay them, most good companies will charge about 50-75 bucks to clean the drain out.
also try the unit before the plumber leaves to make sure the drain is clean and doesnt back up.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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