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My washer drain pipe is overflowing on my floor

When my washer goes to drain, bith cycles, it overflows my out pipe and leaks a bit on my floor each time this problem is conciderably new PLEASE HELp!

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Sounds like your drain pipe is restricted or clogged. Try using a "Pipe Snake" to unclog.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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