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Re: Wont empty water cant find filter
Plug off the wall socket. Pull out the machine to get to the back. Remove the panel at the bottom where the discharge hose comes out. You should see a black concertina type tube coming from the drum attached by a jubillee clip. The filter is inside. Losen the clip and pull away the tube, take out the filter and clean it out. When you replace it don't forget to put the ball float back in and check it's well fixed by running a spin cycle before sealing up. Don't forget to fit the exit hose in the standpipe.
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it could be that its spinning after you take the clothes out because you have given it 2 opportunities to drain/pump out.. once with the clothes in and once when you have removed them. Machines wont spin if the water doesn't drop below a certain level within a designated length of time. The problem might be a simple blockage Check filter Check drain hose and pipe its emptying into Put machine on its soap box side down (very important) and powered off (very important) Looking up the base of the machine you will see the pump right in front of you Check wiring The pump on these machines if I remember well have 1 screw and then you have to twist it to remove it This will give you a chance to see if something got behind or is wrapped around the emptying propellor
firstly,the machine will not spin if water is in it.the spin cycle starts when the tub is drained of all water.you seems to have one or a combination of these problems; drainage/blockage/pump motor/no signal/no voltage.does the machine complete the wash cycle?
Hi there. The first thing to check, now that you have cleaned the filter is to check the disharge hose for kinks or blockages. Also, on some models there is a specific height range at which the hose must be placed (maximum height above washer) and a specific method of running to hose to a drain. Some machine models seem very picky about this so make sure the hose is checked for any blockage and that is is located in a correct manner according to your product manual. Ensure the hose is not be squashed between the back of the machine and a wall or other obstruction. The next possibility is a bad discharge motor.
Probably down to the water not emptying from the machine in the empty cycle and the machine won't spin because there's still water in the drum. If this is the case, the root of the problem is almost certainly a blocked filter, restricting the draining of the water and not allowing it all to pump out in time during the empty cycle. You probably need to find and clean your filter.
The problem is this, The machine wont spin until it sense that it is empty. So your solution is easy either a faulty pump that wont drain the water from the machine or a blockage in the the filter. There should be a filter at the front behind the kick plate at the bottom of the machine just check to see if you have something stuck in it before you go changing the pump. The easest whether its the pump or a blcokage is to disconnectthe waste pipe and drop it to floor level if the water comes out the machine then its the pump if it does not then its a blockage .
hi there this is a common fault empty the water into a bucket and remove the water pump to check for blockages, the pump is located at the rerar lefthand side of the w/m.
also check your drain hose where it connects under your sink.