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Re: how to make rinse cycle drain water?
It appears your timer/main controller/CCU has failed in this instance.
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If your machine has a tray that you put softener in, softener is the last thing added at rinse time. If it is plugged or has a leaking supply hose, this would cause water paddles and appear to be related to the drain cycle.
Christina, Does it leave water inside the tub? There are a couple of possibilitys. One could be the drain pump. If this fails the wash/rinse cycle will stop as it can sense the water not being pumped out. Can you hear the light sound of a small motot running when it goes into rinse cycle? Listen down at the very bottom far right side or far left side. If you hear the drain pump motor running is there any water discharging out the drain tube going into the wall? You should easily hear the flowing water. If not you have a few possible problems: Drain pump has an obstruction in or around it or, drain pump is actually bad.
Need to reset the program and see if there is fault in the water line that does have a low flow and so the program cycle gets a error due to time taken for the rinse cycle. remove and clean the inlet and the drain pump and hoses.
Turn off the water at the cold and hot taps. Disconnect the hoses from the taps and the washer and drain them. Lay the drain hose flat on the floor to drain it to a container. With the hoses disconnected and the drain hose flat, start the fill cycle (set to WARM) briefly (15 seconds) to open the inlet solenoid valves and allow water to drain from them. Start the rinse cycle to pump any residual water out of the tub and drain (15 seconds). OR Turn off water and disconnect inlet hoses as described above. Pour 1 gallon of RV anti-freeze (for potable water systems) into the tub. Start the rinse cycle just enough to start the drain so antifreeze goes through pump and into drain hose. Before using the washer again, run a small rinse through to flush out the anti-freeze.
It sounds like a siphon issue. Check
that the drain hose does a high loop before it goes into the drain
pipe. (ie. drain hose loops above the water level inside the tub). Make
sure the drain hose is not pushed too far down into the drain pipe.
Also if the drain hose is sealed to the drain pipe this will create an
airlock and a siphon will occur, allow air to enter between drain hose
and drain pipe connection. This should help you but if there is still a problem let me know and I'll try to assist you further. Good luck!
your washers drain hose is too far down the drain pipe which is causing a siphoning action pull the washers drain hose out pipe some you should be able to hear water dropping into the pipe the reason it only happens in the rinse cycle is because the water from wash is being drained and before the water vacuum is broken the rinse water comes in causing it to keep draining
is the drain from the dishwasher in a syphon or runs into a free drain that air can break siphon cycle
or is drain up high enough eg 600 off floor be fore going into drain if not water will run in then straight out