Question about Danby DWM99W Top Load Washer
It is not a full drain, but it drains fast enough to prevent the water level from going high enough. If you switch to a cycle/stage where it is supposed to drain, it drains a lot faster. So apparently the machine knows it shouldn't drain (at least at full force). I suspect this is a leak, but ... it's been a few hours today and I don't have a clue yet what the problem is ...
The outlet of the drain hose must be higher than the highest level of water in the tub. Otherwise, it just siphons through.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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