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Symptomatic of a blocked drain pipe, blocked filter, or a failed drain pump, drain pump with a broken impeller.
Remove the filter cover and check for obstructions. Attach a hose pipe to the drain hose, wrap it with a towel, hold the two hoses over a bucket and get someone to turn the hose on until you can't hold the pipes any longer, usually about 15 seconds. This clears obstructions in the pipe into the machine drum and filter. After checking the filter and behind it, put it on for a rinse and spin.
If the pump has failed, you can drain the machine by lowering the drain hose into a bucket or floor drain.
There are videos online on how to change out a faulty drain pump.
If pump is new and filter is clean the next step would be to check the drain hose. This is an overlooked possibility. The pump has a lot of pressure, but if it is pushing against a wall of CLOG it will not drain. The CLOG could be lint, hair, strings, or anything else that got as far as the CLOG. You would have to check drainage all the way to main pipe. Good Luck Friend.
Have you tried a boil wash ?
Also check that the drain pipe has no kinks or sharp bends in it.
I know we managed to get the drain pipe cleared :-)
But the next step may be to check that the waste pipe you are connecting to is not also scaled up.
If you can take the drain pip off again, check and see if the pipework you are connecting to is also clear.
Other than that, this may actually be a failing drain pump.
Check the rest of your pipes are clear in the house (where the machine is plumbed into).
Then do a boil wash - hottest wash you can, NO SOAP and empty drum.
Hopefully that will let the machine clear everything else out.
If water is not entering the washer, check that the incoming water valves are open and water flows through them. (Take off the hoses and put a bucket under the pipes.) Make sure that any filters are not clogged (for example with bits of damaged washer). Make sure that the hoses are not kinked. Next take off the hoses from the washer's fill valve and check if the filters are clogged (not present on all washers). Try replacing the hoses (there are anti-flood hoses that will seal themselves if they sense a leak). If that doesn't help, then the valves probably need to be replaced.
If water is entering the washer, check the filters at the inlet valves for partial blockages. Next check your water flow rate. (If the flow is too low, the washer may shut down. Check your manual for details or add a comment with the model number of your washer.) Next check if the water is being siphoned into the drain. This will occur if the drain hose is not positioned properly in the stand pipe (or sink). If the end of your drain hose is lower than the washer water level, this can happen.
Dishwasher not draining issue usually occurs due to kinked drain pipe, clogged drain filter or drain pump. Check the drain hose for any visible clogging, remove if present. If no visible lint is present then remove then turn off the dishwasher and remove the drain hose and check for any visible clogging. If still not visible then the drain filter or drain pump is clogged and you'll need to clean the drain filter and drain pump. Please note that dishwashers don't drain out the complete water such that heating element doesn't overheat. Hope this helps... Please post back for any further assistance.
If I'm not mistaken this is a drain issue so check to make sure nothing has your drain hose kinked or clogged. There is also a drain filter that you need to check and clean if needed. There is a small door cover on the bottom fron of the washer. First pull the tube out a little and hold it over a container then remove the cap. This will drain the pump and when no more water comes out you can remove the drain filter by turning the cap thats next to the tube you just drained. Sometimes there is still a little water left so you may have to clean up a little but not much. Clean the filter if needed and you can also look in the pipe to see if any debris was left in the pipe. Place everything back and this should get you back to doing more laundry.
the error is caused by a blockage in the pump you need to drain the washer using the black tube near the pump drain or by unscrewing the pump cover next to it on excel 8kg washer these are at bottom right of machine. when all water out remove pump cover that you loosened to get water out then check for blockages inside. the pump has a device inside that should move round freely remove all debris replace and try to drain using drain cycle this will finish and hey presto back to normal!!