Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
Try a drain auger in the washer drain pipe. It'll take some time, as you'll have to get it through a "P" trap in the wall. You'll know when you're doing some good when you feel some resistance, and then you pass on through it. Do this several times, and chase each cleaning with water. When you are sure that you have opened the drain up, and you won't be going back in with the auger, you can put in some drain cleaner to finish off the job. A small auger with a hand crank can be had for ~$10 at a hardware store. Drill mounted types go up from there.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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