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No water. Tank half full,pump runs,nothing coming thru? Hoses very short,in a very confined space,is there any way to prime the pump,or maybe it,d a blockage somewhere? This is on a small travel trailer.

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What u need to do is un-pipe the washer now once done pull the washer out.Now with a shallow tray put on the ground at the back of the washer behind the outlet pipe now put the pipe into the tray if it lets the water out fast then the pipe is not blocked and the pump is faulty and needs replacing which should cost no more then £18 for the pump a repair man will cost around £60-70 to fit this and that should be with them supplying the pump for u let me know what washer this is and I will tell u how to fit it so u dont have to pay for someone to fit it for u

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