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After working well for six months, my washer now expels water at random points during the wash and rinse cycles.

This washer has worked well for six months. In the past two days it has started expelling water at random points in the wash and rinse cycles. sometimes it expels all its water 2 minutes into the wash cycle, and then still tries to agitate the now waterless wash. it also is having trouble filling to the correct level. I select full load, but it will only load halfway, and pressing the add water button does not work, so I must turn the machine off and restart. If I can get the machine to start with the correct water level, it often only partially fills during the rinse cycle.

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Check inside the fill hose for debris. There is a screen designed to block debris from getting inside the machine valve. If the screen builds up with debris the water slows down. Sounds like the water is filling too slow. Also the unit and/or the load may not be balanced causing it to stop and drain out. If it's okay then see what lights are blinking when these events occur and post here.

Posted on Oct 15, 2013

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The hairdryer method does the trick. We always suspected that it was the humidity, but it may be temperature as well.

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SOURCE: damp and piled up clothes at the end of each cycle

Good Day.... I feel for you... Unknowingly,When they purchase it. Many people have the same experience in finding service for products such as your experiencing.
Of course, it's our hope and belief, it's not ever going to have a problem, some people are lucky. Me neither... mine is in computers... but that's another story.. Just believe me, I understand ... but I'm going to try to help... why I picked up this call, is because I find it to be interesting, about the comment about the clothes gathering into a ball... Generally, that happens in relationship to the amount of water, inside or lack of it. If the clothes are in a ball, that's why they're coming out wet. Nobody makes a washer that can do that.
I want you to check the drain line...(that's the hose to water uses to exit) Is the hose at any point, higher than the top of the machine (it's supposed to be) ... if not siphoning may be occurring.
Also check to drain hose at the inlet, where the hose goes into the wall.. it must allow air to get in here as well. I have experienced some indifferent situations before, if the hose in stuffed into the stand-pipe, or taped,glued, sealed.. if there is no vacuum break (meaning-place in which air can enter) that to can create a siphon. Ge was known for having a washer that made the kind of bang you describe. It was their normal method for stopping the clothes basket from spinning forever. I hope this answer works for you, otherwise resolving may continue to be difficult. One piece of information you'll have received, is what you will and won't recommend to buy when you hear others having conversation on buying a major Appliance. Sometimes it's all we can do... I wish you best... dean

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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I have the same problem....
I've pulled the pump area apart more times than I care to mention...usually I find a quarter or a nickel....I pull it out and that helps...but still the same prob.
i noticed alot of "buildup on the pump propellor shaft...lint, etc...cleaned that to no avail...
replaced the pump....sometimes it works, sometimes it doesnt....
I pulled the panel apart (front contro panel) and see that the pump is geting 120V to it...so it isnt a switch or relay..
i'm thinkning it may be the water level sensor having a ton of build up on it...maybe flagging the computer to stop pumping...

any other peole with possible solutions....?

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SOURCE: WASHING MACHINE DOOR WONT OPEN

Call the manufacture it will be under warranty if it's only 6 months old as the machine will have to be torn down to get to the defective switch, just the top will have to come off if your lucky.

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SOURCE: haier washer/dryer combo not drying clothes

Check things like the Filter / clear fluff...Make sure outlet hose if any is not kinked and passing air..Hope this helps..

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