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Water will not drain out

Only 4 months old...started to make a noise while draining out water...down it's down to a trickle and there is no noise only the sound of pump "working"

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Check the drain filter located at the bottom of the wash tub. Clean if clogged. The pump noise could be due to non availability of the washed water continuously due to clog.

Clean the drain filter. Check the final drain output after the pump(hose) for free flow if you have connected it to a drain system.

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1. Unplug the washer while servicing inside the unit.
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