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Wont drain there was a load of laundry in it and it went right through the spin cycle and did not turn off it continued throught he permanent press and then stopped. the water did not drain out of the machine during the spin cycle

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Re: wont drain

I've just done exactly this procedure on the WD63. I've never done a repair job like this and it's not 'easy' if the only thing you've ever done is change a lightbulb like me. However, with a lot of towels and a monkey wrench (to tighten up the plastic ..quite clever design.. ties after) then yes, there was a silver chain and cross necklace stopping the pump from working. Better than ever now. Thanks for the site & ideas.

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Re: wont drain

You probably got something in the filter... blockage most likely or you have a faulty drain pump.....

to check remove the waste pipe and lower it ground level if the water does not drain out due to gravity then you have a blockage and if it does drain then the most likely problem is a faulty drain pump...
The filter is located at the bottom of the drum and if you remove the rear panel it is easily visible and accessible so you can do this one yourself..

anyways if you need anymore help let us know cheers

Posted on Jan 11, 2008

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