Question about Amana NFW7200TW 3.5 Cu. Ft. Front Load Washer
Is there a filter or hose that I should check before the pump to see if it is clogged? it tries to pump but I believe that there is that backing clogging something up.
Yes you have blocked the drainage system sorry i am not sure if there is a filter on this mach. disconnect mach and take the drain hose and try puttind it into a basin failing that carefully tilit machine back and disconnect the hose from the base of the mach to the pumpthis will allow mach to drain but you will still have to clean out the pump hope this helps .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds very similar to having something such as a sock or small article of clothing that is too large to be sucked down the drain hose into the pump. So what happens is it hangs around between the inner and outer drums and sometimes gets itself lodged over the drum drain hole, and can allow water to be centrifically flung over the top of the drum. Most times when the spin cycle stops, the article of clothing will dislodge and float around inside the drum only to do it again later....
If you can remove the top of the machine, you can usually see the gap between the two drums and use a piece of coathanger wire with a small hook on the end and "go fishing in the area between the two drums and close to the drain hole location... bet you'll find something in there... Let me know how it goes... and if I can help .. ken
Posted on May 10, 2009
hello. The existing drain hose is a friction fit held in place with a wire clamp. Use a pair of channel locks or pliers to slide the wire clamp about 6 inches up the hose and then work it off of the fitting it is attached to. If it has been there for a long time you will find it useful to warm up the drain hose with a hair blow dryer. Regards, Joe
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Posted on Feb 03, 2010
To get the front off. (All screws look to be #2 Phillips Screws)
1. You have to unscrew (2) phillips screws from the back that holds the top on.
2. Slide the top off. (slide towards the back)
3. Then where the control panel is there is about 4-6 screws holding that plastic piece on, take those out this will allow you to pull the control panel up and out of the way.
4. At this point you can unscrew the 4-6 screws in the door area that holds the front of the washer on, once you unscrew those screws there is a tab that you have to lift the front over to pull the front off. This will allow you access to the locking mechanism.
5. There are only 2 screws holding te locking mechanism on.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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