Question about GE WJSR1070A Top Load Washer
I have had a plumber out twice because my drainpipe overflows when the washer is draining. The first time the plumber snaked the pipe and the machine was fine for 6 weeks. He came back and said it has to be a suds buildup because there wasn't anything in the drain the first time he snaked it so he didn't do it the second time.
Can you help? How could I get rid of the suds buildup?
You don't you get a different plumber may only be a partial restriction in drain line and could be any where down the line water is pump out on some washer faster than a restricted drain can handle it and no there is no way to reduce rate water is being pump out..been there have the t-shirt
Posted on May 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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