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Not draining completely after wash cycle completed.

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Remove bottom panel. ( 2 or 3 screws on bottom.) Remove what looks like a big white screw, this is probably clogged up. When you do this, lean the machine back about 45 degrees and have bucket ready when removing the pump clean out...This should help

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