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Whirlpool duet front load washer has standing water inside

Whirlpool duet front load washer model WEW9200SQ02 gets standing water inside between loads? why? and how do you fix?

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  • l_thiel Jun 22, 2009

    How do you remove the front panel?

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Take off bottom panel of washer. unscrew front plug to drain pump. clean out

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

  • kenrick driscoll Jun 22, 2009

    should have two to four 1/4 inch screw at bottom. remove and pull panel out.

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not a bad habit to get into!!!!

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