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Thedrain water pumpis the main part in your washing machine that pumps out the water. If this is defective or has failed in any way, this will be the reason why your washer will not drain the water. Before you order a new drain pump, make sure tocheck the pump to be sure a small object like clothing or similar has not lodged itself insideof it causing the NO DRAIN issue and even a no spin issue?. If the drain pump is not clogged, you can test it with a multimeter and remove and replace if needed. Go to Google or YouTube and search for "Replace Washing Machine Drain Pump" then type your brand and model number of washer to show you details on replacement.
The washing machinedrain hoseis where the water flows through to get the water out.If this drain hose is blocked, kinked, bent, or clogged, the washer will NOT be able to remove the waterfrom the tub. Check the drain hose to be sure it allows the water to flow freely. You can take the drain hose off and run water through it in your sink to be sure it is not blocked. If there is water STILL in the washer when you remove the drain hose, grab a bucket as the water will exit from where you disconnected it
Thewater pump belt(to drain out the water) may have broke or become frayed or loose.If this belt breaks then it is unable to drain and remove the water from your washer. Inspect the belt to see if this is causing theNO DRAINissue and remove and replace if needed.
If thelid switchis not working as required it will cause your washer to not drain (and many other problems).This may be unlikely as a bad lid switch will usually cause your washer to alsonot agitate or spin.However on some models this can vary. The best thing to do if you have a suspected bad lid switch is to test it. It can fail electrically and or mechanically. If mechanical failure is the issue, you should be able to see if it is cracked, broken, or not in place to make contact with the lid. To test it electrically, use a multimeter set on Ohms and test it for continuityMy advice is free cuz God is good!
Good Day, Your washing machine is fully automatic? the washing cycle is normal? if yes do the same maybe it will help you. for the fully automatic washing machine mostly have drain pump, please check the filter of your drain pump, how? remove the cup of your drain pump like a ordinary cup, screw it clock wise or counter clock wise. Remove drain pump filter and clean it, some hair pins, cotton buds or coins or any small item that coz of clog up. if your washing machine dont have drain pump ,but fully automatic check the drain motor if running or not? how? open the back cover for top loader washing machine only, select spin cycle and press start to see the drain motor running? the drain motor is like a small box with small wire to pull the lever of the drain to remove water inside, if the motor running or pull the lever of the water pipe but water still inside the washing machine, remove the drain cup or cover and clean it or check if have coin or cloth inside that coz of clog or water stuck, if the drain pump or drain motor is weak this is will cause and long time draining or totally not running the drain pump or drain motor and its cause of totally stop the cycle of washing machine in rinse time or spin time, because all fully automatic washing machine, after washing cycle the drain pump or drain motor must be on, to remove water before start the next cycle. rinse or spin cycle.
you need to vacume out all the water so you make it light, then dolly out the washer to some place you can drain it. now take off the front of the washer and locate your water pump, its attached to your drain line. take off drain line to water pump and see if anything is clogged in the pump. This is most likely what is wrong if it wont drain. hope this helps.
Check for clogged/kinked drain hose then open the small door at the lower left of the machine. Located behind the small door is the drain filter and the emergency drain hose. Remove the drain plug and drain the water into a container that's enough to hold such. You may need to drain the water by gravity by placing the drain hose (main) over a container. Position the container as low as possible to extract as much water. Once fully drained, remove the drain filter by turning the knob counterclockwise. Place a piece of the towel under the filter to catch residual water. Clean the filter and try to reach in the pump impeller and check it for restriction or damage. Replace the drain pump if the impeller is damaged or restricted and cannot be freed, or if it just whirs but water doesn't drain.
This one sounds like the drain pump is damaged or the drain hose is damaged or detached causing water to drain on the floor instead of through the drain hose. Disconnect power then tape the washer lid closed and lay the machine on its front on a cushioned surface to access the drain pump and the drain hose connections at the bottom of the tub. Reattach the drain hose if detached or replace it if damaged and cannot be reattached to the drain pump. Replace the drain pump if damaged and leaking water on the floor.
The washing machine not draining water.This problem is related to few possibilities.
1) The drain pump is got loose to the drain hose.
check the connection from drain hose to drain pump.
2) The drain is blocked by any thing.Like cloth or any thing like metallic nails or coils etc etc.
3) The drain hose is got blocked./The drain hose is not letting the water to enter the drain pump.
In most of the cases the drain pump has to be removed and checked for any kind of blockages.This will clear the fault.
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This is a condition known as syphoning. Your drain hose on the washer needs to go up before it connectes to the house drain. It needs to rise as high as the washing machine top then hook over the drain pipe. If the drain hose is pushed too far into the drain pipe this can also cause syphoning.
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Is the drain hose extending more than 8" (20.3 cm) into the drainpipe?
The drain hose may be too far down inside the drainpipe (standpipe) or laundry tub. Drained water can siphon back into the washer if the drain hose extends too far. Make sure that the drain hose does not extend more than 8" (20.3 cm) into the drainpipe or laundry tub. Using the U-shape drain hose form (as described in the Installation Instructions), will provide the correct length of drain hose in the drainpipe or laundry tub.
Drain hose form
Is the drain hose taped onto the drainpipe? Is top of the drainpipe covered in tape?
Do not seal the drain hose into the drainpipe with tape. The drain hose should be loose, yet secure. There must be a gap between the drain hose and the drainpipe to allow air to flow. The air gap will break the suction. This will keep water from being continuously sucked out of the machine (siphoning) as it fills. Is the drainpipe (standpipe) less than the minimum height of 39" (99 cm)?
Make sure that the top of the drain is at least 39" (99 cm) high (as measured from the floor.) If the drain is below 39" (99 cm), the water will start to flow out of the machine due to gravity. The flow of water can create suction (siphon) and the water will continue to drain out of the washer.
The pump will not normally pump out faster than designed. My opinion is that your house drain (where your drain hose connects to the wall) is plugged. I am assuming that this is where you are seeing the water, as you didn't say differently. You can auger the drain (there is a "P" trap in it), or you can try a drain cleaner. I'd auger it first, and put cleaner in afterwards, and let it "soak" for a while, and then chase it with water, according to the directions. You can get a small drain cleaning auger for less that $10 at WalMart/similar. They also make a drain cleaning tool that uses water pressure to inflate a bulb in the drain line, and then the same water pressure pushes the clog through the piping. I don't know the cost of these, but they cannot be too expensive. Drain cleaner is usually around $5, or so. Best regards, W/D
Your drain hose is too far down the drain standpipe, or the standpipe is too short. Either one will cause the water to siphon out of the machine. Pull the drain hose all the way out of the drain and insert no more than 6" of hose into the drain. Secure the drain hose to the fill hoses using a plastic tie wrap or similar item to prevent drain water pressure from knocking the hose out of the drain.
Your drain line is too low or there is a air gap blockage.
Remove the drain line from the drain and hold it up high while filling with water and see if it fills and stops.
If so, correct the drain line problem.The drain hose should be 36 inches from the floor.