Question about Washing Machines
99 out of 100 washers tend not to drain water out due to blockage inside either waste water pipe (also called waste hose, drain hose and etc.) or circulation hose (the one between pump and drum). To check this lay the machine down on one of the side walls, remove the back cover (2 or 4 screws), disconnect hoses from the pump and ensure all blockages are cleaned away, all coins, small socks and other stuff is removed. Also you might want to clean the pump itself as at this point you're more than half-way through.
1 out of 100 drain malfunctions appear due to pump motor or the main PWB, but I bet that you won't need to replace neither of those.
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Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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