Question about Washing Machines
You can most time just remove the front lower panel remove hose from oump remove 4 6 screws on the back were it comes out pull out put the new one in the same way
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
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Not over use detergent, this can result in oversudsing in the
tub, and restricting the tub from turning properly.
That the drain hose is not too long.
That the drain hose is not restricted.
That the standpipe is not higher than 96" from the floor.
You may have defective timer or drain pump.
Also you might want to clean out the coin trap, filter trap, of the unit for extra security. This needs to be completed about every 6 months to prevent any issues.
1. Unplug the unit.
2. Tilt the unit up to where the front feet are in the air and
the back feet are still on the ground.
Please make sure the unit is propped up safely.
3. Now that the unit is propped up look inside on the bottom
right hand side there is a black looking accordion thing. This is the coin trap.
4. Clean the drum out with as much water as possible and have
towels ready. The next step you will
have the remaining water come out.
5. At the top of the coin trap where it is attached to the drum
is a silver spring with a silver screw.
Loosen the screw and wiggle the coin trap down from the drum.
5. Reach inside the coin trap and clean what is inside of it
6. Put the unit back together following the same steps
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