Question about Washing Machines
Unplug machine. Scoop out water. Remove front panel by pressing in on clips at the seam with the top, using a putty knife. Remove pump mounting screws and hoses from pump (you will spill some water) and clean out obsturctions. Reassemble and test. May need to be repeated.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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