Question about Washing Machines
It sounds like either a bad pump assuming the belt is there or a plugged drain hose. More info will help us.
Posted on Dec 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it sounds like you have something obstructing the pump. does the machine eventually empty? or does it remain with water in it. you need to remove the hose that leads from the tub to the pump and clear any debris. if you continue to run with debris in the pump you could burn out the pump motor
Posted on Jul 02, 2007
Sounds like the water is syphoning away due to the drain outlet hose being too low..Raise the hose higher, and this should solve the poroblem.
Posted on Dec 07, 2008
I don't know this model at all, but hada similar set of syptoms on an electrolux .....
Just a thought, but have you checked the pump chanber is not impeded by a stray hairgrip, or bit of wire?
The fact it doesn't pump when it should, but allows water to pass when the centrifugal force of a spin cycle builds up, would indicate that maybe its the pump that either has a jammed impeller, or a blown motor (or fuse).
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
Check the drain pump and drain hoses. The drain pump is located in front of the motor. To access it, remove the end caps from the console. Remove the 2 screw holding the console to the cabinet. Pull the bottom of the console toward you slightly and flip the console up. Unplug the lid switch molex connector. Inserting a flat screwdriver from the top and pushing back, remove the brass clips on each side. Open the lid. Holding the inside of the cabinet, tilt it toward you and remove it from the base. This will give you access to everything including the drain pump and the drain hoses. Try to remove as much water as possible from the inside since it will
all come out when you remove the drain hoses from the pump (hopefully you are near a drain
in the floor). Remove the hose clamps and check the hoses and pump for any obstructions. Chances are, you will find a missing sock.
If it all looks clear, remove the drain pump from the motor and inspect where the pump connects to the motor for a broken connection slot. Replace the drain pump if necessary.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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