Question about Washing Machines
I have this set at 45 but no water comes out drain hose.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How to clean out drain hose
Believe it or not...I think it is fixed. I used a coat hanger to try to take out as much "gunk" as I could from the drain plug hose. I added warm water and then vinegar to the hose with a medicine dropper to help loosen the "gunk" I also forced air with the medicine dropper and I could hear it in the tub from the pump. Then I knew it was free of "gunk." I ran 3 hot cycles 2 with 1/2 gallon each of vinegar and one plain water cycle. Between each cycle I emptied the drain plug hose and drain pump filter. After the three cycles the water came out clean and not muddy. I also took a spray bottle of hot water and sprayed the "gunk" from around the seal to release it and out of the washer. I alternated with the spray bottle of water and vinegar applied with a small paint brush. I also noticed this "gunk on the stainless steel tub as well. I used the paint brush and painted vinegar on that and sprayed down with the hot water. I then did a load of towels and this morning my washer does not smell and is clean as can be...no more "gunk." what is that stuff anyway? Too much soap or softener? Anyone else have this problem? I was told by the service tech a few years ago that I didn't need to open that door because that is where they service the machine from.....wrong....I was to empty that drain hose from time to time. That was the first time I opened that door and the machine is 4 years old....
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
Check inside the filter housing with a flashlite for debris that got around the filter. If it is clean, you have a bad pump and it needs to be replaced.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
SOURCE: Intake/Drain lit flashing
I have exact same symptons, please someone help. I have had issue before where the plumbing backed up so it overflowed into the catch tray. Then that has to be vacummed out and then just start a new cycle. This time there is no water in the overflow tray....
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
I think that I am having the same problem, but I'm not sure that this tube needs to be plugging into anything. However, my humidifier seems to be draining out of this tube rather than from the tray into the bucket.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
Turn the unit OFF and unplug it. Disconnect the hose from the outlet on the unit. Using a plastic 18" Zip Tie, that will fit easily into the drain outlet, carefully insert the Zip Tie and insert it as far as you can. You will reach a bend in the tubing, so gingerly work it past that bend. Once the Zip Tie has reached as far as it will allow, start pulling it slowly back out, while rotating it. This will dislodge any clogs, so be ready for water to follow. It also would be wise, to clean out the tube or hole that drains into the bucket, as it may also have a clog in it.
Hope this helps you to solve the problem, Joanne.
Posted on Apr 27, 2011
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