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Water left in bottom of tub after washing and drying.

It does not make the same noise it did when it empty's but it went through the cycle. seemed to wash ok but the bottom of the tub was left full of water.

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Machine is not pumping out if controls are ok,then i would suspect pump needs replacing.adrian,,,,

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