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unplug the washer,remove the bottom panel,with a shop vac,vac out all the water in the tub,next put down some towels on the floor and around the pump and have the shop vac ready,unscrew the middle part of the pump just enough to have water draining out and vac it up as it's coming out with your vac,when all the water is drained remove the middle part of the pump and clean it out,don't get surprized from what you're gonna find in there and the water is gonna be stinky.put the pump back together,add some water to the washer and then hit spin,you should hear the water draining out,if it doesn't you still have something in the pump or you killed the pump and need to change out the pump with a new one,also check the hose that connects to the pump,stuff gets stuck in the hose,you should be fine,let me know what you find in there and how you make out
Hi, I think the problem you have is with the cold water inlet valve? When your machine dries it uses a small amount of water at high pressure through a restricter fitted in the water inlet valve. These break down letting in to much water which cannot evaporate quick enough for it to pump out causing the washing to become wetter than after the wash/spin cycle. The only way of solving this is to replace th tree way water inlet valve. But make sure that the pump is working ok first and that there is nothing in the sump hose trap which is located underneath the washing machine out the bottom of the tub.
either the pump is broken or the drainhose is lose or too low.
There is also in this machine something called a drain protector. This might be faulty too and i think that would be the cheapest to see about that first LINK for the water drain including all parts LINK for all machine parts motor and pump