Question about Washing Machines
Sometimes a sock or something small gets sucked into the pump that pumps out the water on some brands of washers (depending which washer you have) take the back off the back of the washer (after unpluging and turning off the water feeds) locate where the pump is and look to see if theres something inside the tube with a pair of pliers you can take the clamp off and exstract the blockage and replace the hose + clamp and after cleaning up the water try to run the washer again if things work finsh pulling the washer back together
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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