Question about Washing Machines
Here is a trick I use often using a garden hose. Remove the clothes of course. put the male end of the hose into the tub and make one coil around the agitator.You may have to hold it down in the bottom or weight it down and you may have to use a couple hoses depending on you home. With the other end still hooked to an outdoor faucet turn the water on just long enough to fill the hose. Turn the faucet off and disconnect it, lay it on the ground. keeping the entire length of the hose lower than the top of the washer it will slowly siphon the water out of the tub. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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