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When the drum fills with water the water runs out of the drum immediately,so the drum never fills up.My hose on the machine is not mounted to low,and the mahine is not stuck on spin.
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You could have a hole in the pump. Check to see where the water is coming from after removing the cabinet, or tip the machine back.

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