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The water wont empty out and thgere was a smell of burning..how can i empty the washer ???

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If the drain outlet hose comes out at the bottom of the washer, then lay the hose down into a bucket or similar, and let the water run out until it is empty.
Possibly the pump is jammed or faulty.

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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