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Rinse cycle makes a buzz sound and water remains in washer

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Most likely your filter is blocked, check out where this is and clean out well. Second there could be block in your exit pump preventing the water from being pumped out. If possible call or see your dealer for help, but you could do the thing yourself. You can click on troubleshooting above in blue. There should be several solutions for your model. The washing machine companies do not tell you how to do these things, so they can send in their techs to make more money.

For new buyers - ASK WHERE THE FILTER IS, WHAT ARE THE VARIOUS CODES, SERVICE. Where is the tech sheet?

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