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Water will not drain from hotpoint WF620P

Water will not empty from my hotpoint WF620P washing machine. I have taken off the kick plate at the front but do not know how to get to the filter to check it. Can anyone tell me how to do this or do I need to call out a plumber????

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Re: water will not drain from hotpoint WF620P

Ya need to find the water pump. It will have two hoses going to it. Pump may have a pen or someting stuck in it and wont let it turn. goodluck

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