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Will not drain i installed new pump and belt and it still wont drain a drop spins great

Water will not pump out. and i installed new waterpump but it still does not drain a drop of water its a mav6200aww model and has been very dependable for the last 7 years

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  • barb_kenny May 21, 2009

    sir, is there any other switches or valves between the tub and water pump and if not then with the new water pump and belt it should just pump water out unless something is clogged in drainline but if that was the case wouldnt the drain tube overflow on the floor,? its a mav6200 maytag washer

  • barb_kenny May 21, 2009

    yes it will because when i diconnected it from the pump all the water came rushing out and i caught it in a large bucket

  • barb_kenny May 21, 2009

    the water from the tub came rushing through the blcak plastic pipe that was connected to the water pump i caught this with a lg pail.

    it seems there may be a clog in the drain line in the wall but i would think that it should backup and overflow?

  • barb_kenny May 21, 2009

    i put it all back together so i cant blow through the drain line ,the drain hose is duck taped to the drain pipe so it would not fall out but i sealed it good and i did not want to take tape off and all that but i guess i donrt have a choice

    should i take drain line out of drain tube then fill tub and lay hose on floor if it drains does that meen there is a clog in drain tube in the house plumbing?

    at this point i think i put a new pump and belt on for no reason as the old one looked good although it make kind of like a tinney,clank, sound when the washer went into the drain cycle

  • barb_kenny May 21, 2009

    thank you for your help and time GOD BLESS

  • Victor
    Victor May 11, 2010

    HI, Try blowing through the drain hose and see if you can hear it bubbling inside the tub. You might have to remoave some of the water first. When you had the water out to change the pump, did you check the tub outlet to see if there was anything in it?
    Just some ideas.
    I hope it helps.

    Vic

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As long as the washer is running in the spin cycle, it should drain. The plug I am talking about is in the machine hoses. Sometimes a belt can jump off the pump pulley and not spin it fast enough. If you set the hose in a bucket or floor drain, will the washer drain?
There are no other switches that control the pump.

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  • Victor
    Victor May 21, 2009

    If you still have the hose off, try blowing through the drain hose that is attached to the pump.
    Is the drain hose from the washer fastened solid to the wasll drain? Some people clamp the drain hose to the wall drain.

  • Victor
    Victor May 21, 2009

    This model is known for the pump going bad so, even if this wasn't the problem, it probably would of needed changed in the future. Yes, remove the hose and seen if it drains with water in it. The duct tape could of sealed good enough that you couldn't tell if the wall drain was plugged.With the tape off, you might just leave the drain hose in the wall drain and after you fill the machine, start the drain cycle and see if the wall drain starts to overflow.

  • Victor
    Victor May 21, 2009

    You are very welcome. Please feel free to rate my answers so the others and myself know how I am doing.

    Good Luck


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