Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
Changed the pump but still not pumping water out from drum. Program problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not overfill since no water overtop just switch detecting too much water...lean washer back remove 3 screws holding bottom panel on newer pumps have torx screws in bottom id any way possible remove a much water as possible first may try leaning washer foward after removing bottom panel remove the screws in bottom of pump and clean..older pumps were harder to clean and replacement was easier but more expensive..new style comes with motor attached
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
Unplug the machine. Unscrew the 3 screws under the front edge of the washer. The service technician manual is attached to the panel that slides down and off. Find F21 code. See suggested procedures. Note: My drain pump filter had a baby wash cloth in it along with some change that was disrupting the flow. It is exceptionally easy to remove, clean, and reinstall. Just line up installation notches when reinstalling. Whirlpool should have mentioned this filter in the User & Care Guide, but I could not find it anywhere in there.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
SOURCE: drum will not drain
There is a rubber boot from the wash tub to the pump. At the tub end of the rubber boot is a plastic ball slightly larger then a ping pong ball. The space around the ball was plugged with paper towel. The paper towel pieces were removed and the unit reassembled. Access to the rubber boot required removing both the front and back panels.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
Remove the bottom casing covering the front of the machine just above the floor. Unscrew the circular cap SLOWLY- beware of vast amounts of water escaping though!
I had to use a low height roasting pan to catch water, and just unscrew the cap enough so as to control the flow of water, and enable to empty water away until its all gone. Incidentally, an old hairgrip was found to be the cause of my problem.
Confusingly, "clean pump" meant clean filter!
Posted on May 20, 2009
SOURCE: Water won't dump
When you replace the pump, always to remember to makes sure the pump is pushed all the way in so that the shaft has a good grip. Try taking it out and pushing it all the way in. The 4 legs should touch the motor, as you put the 2 little clamps on the top and bottom.
Good luck, I'm pretty sure it's something really basic with the pump :)
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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