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I would like to know if you have water left behind in the area of the drain is that normal? Should this be completely drained away?

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No, it's totally normal, The pump can't totally empty the washer and the hose because once it starts pumping air and water the air gives least resistance so the water remains in the hose. When the pump switches off gravity pulls a small amount of water back into the drain.

Your washer is 100% fine.

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