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Washing Machine won't drain.

Washing machine works fine till time to drain. Won't work if drain hose is in up position, put if I put it down to floor, it will drain fine. I'm currently running the drain out the back door. Please help!

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  • sandylee127 Jan 07, 2009

    Need more help Please! First solution did nothing!

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That means that the drain pump is not generating enough pressure, this usually happens when the drain pump hose is clogged.

The drain pump must be accessed, then you take off the hoses, and check and clean pump and lines.
Also check the drain filter attached to the pump.

If you find no obstruction , then the pump must be replaced.

Here parts and diagrams for your appliance.

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Hi there
It sounds like the drain pump is faulty or not working at all, the reason the water drains when the pipe is in the down position is to do with gravity.
Have a listen to the pump itself, if you can hear it humming its working and there is probably a blockage in it, if you cant hear it humming its broken and needs replacing

Good luck

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Most likely a bad lid switch.

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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1) Be sure the drain hose isn’t kinked.


2) Check the tab on the lid that strikes the lid switch; if it is broken, the washer may stop during the drain cycle. Press and release the lid switch. If it doesn’t click each time you do this, it’s probably broken. If you’re experienced at home repair, you can remove the switch, test it, and replace it if needed; otherwise, call an appliance repairperson.

3) The water pump may be broken or clogged with a small article of clothing, or the controls may be broken

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The reason it works o/k when the hose is laid down , is because the water is syphoning out due to gravitation, so obviously the problem is that the pump is not working. This can be for one of several reasons, first and foremost, the pump is blocked, even if it is partially blocked the water will still syphon out.
Next is that the outlet is blocked be it to an outside sink or drain.
To elminate this. put the drain hose into a sink or other recepacle ,try washer on spin program and if it pumps out o/k, then the outlet pipe to the main drain is blocked or partially obstructed .Make sure that you have the hose at least 80cmm above ground level
If it still does not pump out, then the problem is the pump itself,
or if it is belt driven then could be worn or broken belt

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Hi LAdy

95% of the times there is dirt money or object blocking the pump, I even pulled a bra once out of a pump. Ok here's what you do.. Let somebody tilt the masjien for you or take the back plate of follow the drain pipe into the masjien look for the pump here's a picture of a sample one Washing Machine won't drain. - 8beae6a.jpg
Disconnect the pipe where water comes in push your finger inside the pipe and feel for objects and in the hale @ the pump this will work inspect it properly make sure you put some sealant in the pipe to prevent leaks

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It sounds like your pump is not working and the reason it drains by puttig the hose on the floor it is letting the water out via gravity

when the washer goe into the drain cycle you can usually hear a pump engage if you do not hear that then the pump is not working

you will have to call for service unless you want to replace the pump yourself


good luck

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

  • Steve Archer Jan 03, 2009

    another thought is that the drain hose could be crimped in the up position

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    when the washer goes into pump cycle leift the hose and see if it crimps at the base of the washer

    if it does you can either get a new hose ooro cut the hose at the crimp and reclamp( remove the crimp

    when you put the washer back in positon be sure you do not crimp the drain hose


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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, it would appear that the drain motor/pump (and/or impeller) is the issue. It would drain normally by gravity (down to floor) but not "up position" which would require a pumping action from the drain pump.

Couold you pls confirm that the washing machine is a Roper RAS6233KQ?

Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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If your washing machine has no problem filling and agitating, but neglects to drain your problem is probably the hose or the pump. If it has no problem completing the other cycles, but will not drain your motor and belt are working fine. 
First off make sure that the drain hose does not have a kink in it. Secondly, lift the lid and check to see if the tab on the lid that hits the lid switch is in tact. Press and release the tab and if it does not click then it is probably broken and that could be the problem. Next, check to see if the water pump is broken or clogged, if you are not familiar with washers call a repairman.

Most likely it is a pump or hoses that needs fixed or replaced. This is a pretty easy fix, but if you are worried be sure to call a repairman. One more thing, before you attempt any troubleshooting or fixing turn off the machine and unplug it completely from the wall to avoid injury or shock. All you will need is a screwdriver that matches the screws and a bucket for the water.

1. Remove the drain hose from the drain and try to drain the water from the washer. To do this plug the washer back in and attempt another drain cycle. If water does not come out of the drain hose then you now know that the plumbing is in good working order.
2. Place the drain hose back into the drain and remove the washers cabinet.
3. You will now be able to see the pump and it should have two hoses attached to it.
4. Disconnect the hose coming from the basket. If water comes out you will know that nothing is clogging the basket.
5. If both of these tests come out good you now know that the problem is the pump.
6. Make sure you write down all relevant information such as the washing machine model and serial number.
7. Head to your local hardware store and buy a pump (they typically run about $15.00).
8. Remove the old pump and install the new one (make sure the washing machine is turned off and unplugged).
9. Test it. Let it run through a cycle to make sure everything is installed and working properly.
10. If it is still broken call a repairman or ask a handy friend to check it out for you.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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    Antonio Buenafe Jr. Jan 07, 2009

    The drain line is probably clogged. Maybe that a sock or other piece of
    clothing get between the clothes tub and the outer tub that holds the
    water. In this case it may then get into the drain hose that's attached
    to the pump.Remove the hoses from the pump and pull the item out. In
    case it clean there, check the outer tub port- open the washer's main
    access panel and remove the large-diameter rubber hose that connects
    the pump to the bottom of the outer tub. Then,try to remove the
    clothing through the port.
    Good luck !

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    Antonio Buenafe Jr. Jan 18, 2009


    1. Make sure both hot and cold taps are turned on

    2. Put the washing machine onto the whites program, which should take
      only hot water in. Pull the soap dispenser drawer out a little to check
      that hot water is coming in and at a decent flow rate

    3. When you are satisfied that the hot water comes in OK, either turn
      the program to the last rinse, or if you can't alter the program because
      it's electronic, cancel it and then put the washing machine onto the
      last rinse and restart. Open the soap dispenser drawer to check that
      cold water is coming in at a decent rate.

    If the washing machine wont take in any water at all and the drum doesn't
    start turning - plus you can hear a humming noise, check that both your
    taps are turned on or that the water supply hasn't been cut off in someway.
    The gentle humming from the back of the washing machine could be the water
    valves being energised and trying to take water in, but there's no water
    coming through the hoses.

    If no water enters the washing machine, but the drum starts turning (as
    though washing normally) then you should stop the washing machine as there
    may be a fault in the pressure system that controls the levels of water.
    This fault can cause the timer to receive a false signal that water is
    already in the washing machine and the heater may be energized. This can
    damage the heater or burn the clothes inside. A blocked pressure chamber
    can trap air in the pressure tubing and leave the pressure switch on.
    If this happens, when you put the washing machine onto a wash program
    it doesn't take any water in and starts washing because it thinks there
    is water inside. This fault should also prevent the washing machine going
    into spin though too.

    If the washing machine is not taking in water from one side only, (i.e.just
    the hot or just the cold) then the obvious thing is to check that water
    is actually available through the plumbing from the offending pipe. Turn
    off the tap on the affected supply and unscrew the hose from the valve
    at the back of the washing machine machine. Then simply hold the fill
    hose into the sink or into a bucket and turn the tap back on. If water
    comes through at a decent flow rate then check the filter in the water
    valve on the washing machine. You can pull it out with a pair of pliers
    and clean it. However, this will only explain your fault if it is severely
    blocked up, which is rare.

    If no water comes through the hose, or the flow is very slow, then the
    fault is in the plumbing. This is actually also quite rare, but if your
    machine was plumbed in using those self plumbing taps that clamp on to
    the copper water pipes then they do sometimes get clogged up and need
    the hole clearing. If this happens to the cold supply it can be achieved
    by turning the stop tap off first, but if the hot supply is blocked -
    which is the most likely of the two - then you have to turn off the cold
    supply and then drain the hot water tank by turning on the hot tap until
    the water is drained out (unless you know where the valve is to turn the
    hot water off in your water cylinder).


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Your Washing machine will automatically stops while put the drain hose in up psition..u have to put it down...

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When you say "up position", there is not a pump to pump water out, only a drain, so if the hose goes above the drain it won't drain. it is just like a sink, it only uses gravity,, the small pump is just to empty the bottom, not to pump above the machines drain

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