Haier HWMP55918 Top load washing machine..get to spin and its still full of water an not draining..comes up EI..have checked the lid is shut properly, the powder one too and NOTHING!!! Please help!~ have a...
I am not familiar with Haier codes, but from what you have said, it appears that the machine is not pumping the water out.
Firstly,MAKE SURE that you UNPLUG the machine from the electrical supply, then If the drain hose is accessable, lower the outlet [where it joins the household plumbing] into a bucket, and allow the water the drain out, whilst keeping the hose as low as possible. It may need several bucketsfull to empty the machine. once this is done, you will need to take the inspection panels off the back, and locate the pump at the end of the drain hose.
This is where it gets a bit tricky and best if you have some help and have some tools handy; I always tilt the machine against a wall, ensuring that it will not fall back, and working both from underneath, and through the inspection panel, place a bowl beneath the pump, remove the drain hose from the pump. Depending on how well you have managed to drain the machine, you will get more water from the drain hose and pump. When that has drained away into the bowl, check the end of the hose, and the exposed end of the pump for foriegn objects, if that is clear, check the other end of the pump and the hose from the tub to the pump and check again for a stoppage.
When you have done that, re-assemble the hoses to the pump and return the machine to the upright position. re-connect the drain hose to the household plunbing, plug the machine back in, add a small amount of water to the tub, and run the spin cycle. If the stoppage has been removed, the machine should now normally. If successful. check underneath the machine for any leaks and if ok the machine should be useable once again.
I hope this helps?
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