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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: washing machine nec nw-652
I had the exactly the same problem and then got to the stage that it wouldn't work at all. So i looked it up in the manual and found out that it was the filter, (and thats not the lint filters like i originally thought lol) so i cleaned it out and now it works better than new. Hope this helps you cos it was such a relief that i didn't have to buy a new one.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
No you just need to get the drain hose up higher...the water is siphoning out and is either caused by the end of the drain hose still in water and not having an air gap or the hose is not going up higher then the top of your washer...
Lifting the hose up should give you an air gap and get the hose high enough to stop the siphoning...
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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Advance the timer to rinse/spin part of cycle.
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Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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Sounds like the water level pressure sensor is not working. The code (E9) means the switch is open.
You'll need to replace the pressure switch. Check the manual for the repair procedures.
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