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Have you tried checking the drain spigot under the sink where the waste hose connects as it can be blocked at this end?
Try draining the unit into a bucket instead of the sink this will eliminate the washing machine as being the problem if it works ok.
is the drain pump actually turning? select drain or drain spin and have the fluff filter (outlet) removed so you can see if it is turning. if it isn't turning there maybe a broken wire to the drain pump causing it not to turn or the drain pump is jammed with something although you mentioned you could spin it freely.
First check that the outlet hose is not obstructed or blocked in any way. The outlet pump motor is inline with the outlet hose and has 2 electrical push on connectors. The motor must spin in outlet mode and can be checked by testing to see if supply voltage is across the 2 connectors in outlet mode. If voltage present and motor does not spin = motor open circuit and needs replacing (easy job). The impeler (inside motor must spin to pump out water). No voltage across 2 terminals will indicate a switching fault and can be the electronic timer.
when you put it on to drain can you hear a noise from the pump to show its working, if it wont drain it wont spin, if you can hear the pump then there is a blockage somewhere could be in the pump, filter, outlet hose or stanpipe
If nothing obvious like blocked / obstructed outlet pipe
You need to check if the outlet pump motor in line with the outlet hose is spinning when in the outlet mode. First check if it is spinning by looking at it and see if the small fan is spinning. If it is turnning this means that it has power and the internal "impeler" that pushes the water out has become loose. Remove the pump (easy job) and repair. If it does not spin you need to determine if the 2 push on terminals have power on. If there is voltage and the motor does nut spin this indicates that the pump motor is open circuit and must be replaced.
You need to determine if the output pump in line with the outlet hose is working and that the outlet pipe is not blocked or obstructed. The pump should spin and just by looking at the pump this can be tdetrmined. With the washer off you could spin the impeler of the pump just to determine that the impeler is free to spin. You could test for power on the 2 terminals of the pump and if present and the pump does not spin this indicates that the pump is "open circuit" and needs to be replaced. "one of the easy jobs on washers"
Machine wont go to spin while water still in drum. Check outlet hose to see if you have a blockage. to do this take the outlet pipe and lay it into a bowl on the floor, if water flows out then it is likly to be your pump not working.
You need to clean out your outlet filter;(which is accessible thru the front bottom right side of machine, small push door, or plastic screw) this needs to be done periodically - according to your usage. If this does not solve your problem check out your outlet pump. Plug off the wall first before you do the jobs. The machine will not drain water if the outlet is clogged. For the pump, tubes, etc you hav to open up behind the machine. Be prepared for water to come flowing out.......
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Plug off the wall first. The spin normally does not work when the outlet filter is clogged; locate & clean out, be prepared for a flood of water. If the filter is clean you should then check your pipe coming out from under the tub. Last check your outlet pump, could be blocked with something. Refit carefully, you might need a nice pair of pliers to get the grip clip on and off the pipes. You can also drain water from the tub thru the rear hose in the wall. Keep bucket handy. The outlet pipe into the wall stands at a particular height, refit exactly to this height, about 3 feet from ground. Do not push the pipe too much down the stand pipe.