Question about Washing Machines
Check the pump for blockages. First unplug and drain the machine by hand as much as possible.You will have to tilt the machine to access the bottom of it. The pump will have an incoming water pipe from the drum, and an outgoing pipe to the drain. These pipes are usually fixed with spring clips which you press to release (may need a plier here). Remove the pipe that comes to the pump from the drum.Check for items blocking the pump via the opening for the pipe. You will probably find a sock or some other item blocking the pipe. Remove and re-fit the pipe and spring clip. It should work now.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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