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Yes, I had a really terrible time with my daughter's sink for the same situation. After unplugging it about 4 times, I discovered 2 things. 1) She was putting stuff in the disposal that was not chopped up well enough to go through the drain. 2) The pipe I installed for the "tee" between the disposal and the "P trap" was not for a disposal, it was for an additional water drain like the dishwasher, so it was clogging all the time. First I cautioned her to stop putting stuff to be ground up that would plug the drain. Second I changed the "tee" fitting to a "large volume tee" and that solved the problem. Be blessed.
I've just had this same problem and successfully fixed such problem. I had to set the washer on blocks and crawl underneath while the wife was turning the washer on spin cycle for a few seconds. After following the leak I discovered the drain pump assembly was cracked. Some epoxy and a day of curing / drying cut the leak out like a charm. I also went ahead and ordered a new drain motor while I was at it and installed.Good luck!Davejr021@yahoo. Com
You have a plugged defrost drain.
Unplug refrig. Unload freezer. Remove shelves. Take back panel out of freezer. Use a turkey baster with hot (not boiling) water to flush water in the area of the defrost drain hole until it is clear and water will run through it into the defrost drain pan under the refrig. The drain is a hole about the size of a nickel, usually in the very back center, below the cooling coils. You can use the turkey baster to force water into and eventually through the drain hole. Remove ice from floor of freezer.
Re-assemble, refill freezer, and plug in. Now, when your refrig defrosts, the water will go out the drain instead of onto the freezer floor and out the freezer door onto your floor.
The drain on the a/c evaporator gets clogged, you have to raise the car on a lift, or get under the car, on the right side of the car under the fire wall you will see a black rubber hose ( about a 1/2 inch in size) pointing down, you will need to blow compressed air in the hose to clear the blockage.
try draining the evaporator box.. u can have a shop lift the vehicle and blow compressed air up the evaporator drain tube from under the vehicle..the tube is under the car from the area of the passenger floor...it should pour out almost immediatelt after shooting compressed air up the tube ...stand back if doin it urself..or u will take a shower...sounds like u have a clogged evaporator drain
Usually the 3v battery holds the date and time in your camera. A lot of time with digital cameras you have to remove the batteries when there not in use for a long period of time to prevent the draining from happening.
Do you have regular AA batteries to see if the meter changes? That would be the best way to see it the camera is reporting the correct battery life.
I had the same problem with mine about 10 months ago. It seemed that the washer would take forever to wash a load. Every time we went to check the remaining time, it seemed that it never changed. This went on for about a week. We discovered that the washer was not draining properly. After we took it apart, we discovered that a sock, along with some other items, had managed to find its way into the drain pipe. Once we removed the stoppage, and cleaned out the gunked up piping, everything worked well. If we could only find a permanent solution to the ripping door gasket (I have to buy one today; it's the 4th one!!!!).
BTW - I contacted GE about the problem, via email and phone, and they were clueless and not very helpful.
It sounds like you've done all the preliminaries, but now it appears you may have a bad drain pump. If the pump is only humming and water is not draining, the motor is probably bad. So...here's a few more questions to consider:
1. Is there water being left in the tub? Definitely a bad pump possibility.
2. When you had to pump open, were you able to spin the impeller? Sometimes small items like a piece of gravel can stop the impeller from turning.
3. Did you check the ENTIRE drain line all the way to the standpipe? You could have a pinched or clogged line still.
If you've already tried everything, then I suggest purchasing a new drain pump. The prices vary depending on model, but they all are pretty simple to replace. Generally, there is one (maybe two) screws holding it in place. Disconnect the inlet and outlet drain hoses on the the pump, and remove the electrical connector. Make sure you have the washer unplugged when you do this. Also...to save you from a huge mess the next time, remove the drain hose from the standpipe at the wall and use you shop vac to drain the water THROUGH the drain line. That way you don't have a soppy mess to clean up afterwards. Good luck and let me know if there's anything else I can help you with.