Question about Washing Machines
My machine keeps draining the water when I try to start a washing cycle. The cysle can't progress, beacue the water drains out. I don't think it is a plumbling problem because when I turn the dial to spin, the maching spins and completes the cycle and the water stops draining from the machine. It is only when I try a new cycle, that the problem reoccures again. Any way I can reset the machine perhaps.
Any assistance would be appreciated.
Kind regards Rob
The drain hose is either sitting in water with no air gap or the hose is not going up high enough...either way it is causing the water to siphon out of your machine...
The hose should go up higher then the highest water level and have an air gap where it goes into the drain pipe or it will not work..
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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