Question about Washing Machines
Without knowing brand or model, can only recommend check pump and drain outlet. Front loaders seem very finnicky about their outlets. You should be able to access it easily for regular maintenance. If your machine has stopped before it drained you will need to be aware of that water 'waiting' to exit! Check for string, twigs, anything blocking the outet. A jammed toothpick nearly cost me a new timing switch ($260) !
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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