Question about Washing Machines
It's not pumping out fast enough to get it all out in the alloted time. Check the sewer line. Run a garden hose into it to see if it takes all the water you can throw at it. If that is okay, then have a look at the washer's drain pump, belt and hoses. Sometimes a bobby pin, small nail, or toothpick gets into the pump and stops it turning. Or soap scum and lint builds up. Or a hose gets kinked. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 02, 2008
If some water stays in your washing machine after wash, this indicates you may have some form of blockage in the lower outlet of your washing machine. This blockage maybe cause by a sock, under-wares, head band etc.
Solution, remove the inlet hose from the water pump ,and allow all remaining water to run out, then observe the material that should come out along with the water. Other factors can be caused by a Kinked drain hose, faulty agitate or spin solenoid, a faulty drive belt, or a faulty water pump.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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