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Washer wont drain

My admiral washer LNC6766B71 will only drain if i lower drain tube to the floor

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HI, Does the motor run while in the drain cycle? With the wjater out of the washer, tip it back against the wall and see if the belt is ok. You can also remove the belt and try turning the pulley on the pump (located in the rear right corner) with your hand
If the belt is on and the motor runs, the pump is probably going bad.
Please let me know if I can assist you further.

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