Question about Washing Machines
As my freshly washed clothes had sandy grit all over them I went to put them back with the next load I had started washing. The machine was very full, and washed the items, but started continous beeping when it came to the rinse cycle, and the last 2 or 3 lights where on. I tried reprogramming it, and taking some clothes out, but to no avail. No more alarms, just a humming noise like it is trying to drain. I manually emptied it and dismantled it as much as could/game and the drain pump does not appear to be blocked as I can move it, and can blow air up the pipe. Please share with me any suggestions you may have to solve my problem. Thanks
It sounds like you have sand in the pump,you can remove the bowl to get access to it,or remove the pump from underneath which is easier.but you must remove all water first.the pump is a click in fit you just bend the white plastic clip but not to far then the pump will twist out.hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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