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The washing machine fails to load water (The wording H20 is
• The water inlet hose is not connected to the tap.
• The hose is bent.
• The water tap is not turned on.
• There is a water shortage.
• The water pressure is insufficient.
• The START/RESET button has not been pressed.
There is likely an object (like a sock) lodged in the drain hose that runs from the tub to drain pump. It could be in the hose in which case a squeeze will verify, or jambed against the drain pump impellers. It could even be between the inner basket and outer tub covering the drain hole. Regardless it is usually easily retrievable with a little ingenuity as well as a little to big mess of water. So prepare for the water if you losen a hose. Unplug the machine before you start because electricity and water are never a good combination. A wet dry vac works good to remove standing water in the tub and you can even hold the nozzle over a loosened hose to remove water from it as it pours out. Let me know if you run into difficulty.
most probably you have either a bad water pressure/level switch, a pressure hose that has detached, a clogged pressure hose or a combination of any or all of the above. the machine is not being told that the machine is full...
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Make sure the drain hose is not pushed too far down the drain pipe. It could
cause a siphon effect and drain the tub.
Make sure the drain hose is not tight in the drain pipe. It should fit loose so
as not to trap the air which can also cause a siphon effect.