My washing machine started making a noise when draining. I opened the debris filter to check. I found something like pencil lead inside it. i removed it, but now it won't drain the water. i could also take out the drain pump propeller. it seems like there was a little seal inside the propeller. Can i only replace the proreller?
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Rather than attempt to replace the seal.. you would be better serevd to just replace the pump itself .. ( reasoning is that if you seal repair leaked, then you'd have to go thru the entire process all over again) I've attached a link to a website that can provide you with replacement pumps.. This may or may not be the right pump for your machine but a replacement pump can cost ~ $75 for the part itself..Look at the picture and see if it matches the pump you have.. Hope this helps... http://www.repairclinic.com/SmartSearch/SSPartDetail.aspx?PartID=916709&PPStack=1
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How do I clean the debris filter in my front loading Samsung washing machine?. Open the filter cover(A) by using a coin or key.Take one end of the emergency draining tube (B) out.Open the emergency drain cap (C) by pulling it. Allow all the water to flow into a bowl. Note: hold the cap at the end of the emergency draining tube (B) and slowly pull it out. Note: you may need to drain several bowlfuls of water.
. Prepare a dry cloth. Wash any dirt or other material from the debris filter. Make sure the drain pump propeller behind the debris filter is not blocked.Replace the debris filter cap tightly.Reinsert the emergency drain cap and the drain tube.ake sure to replace the debris filter and emergency drain cap after cleaning it. If they are not reinserted properly your washing machine may leak or otherwise malfunction.Close the filter cove
The filter should be located on the lower left corner of your washer.
It's behind the access panel there. Just open the access panel and there is a drain hose there. Get something to drain water into.(If it's on the floor you can use a cup. If it's on pedestals you can use something larger. Also be careful of hot water in the machine.) Now with the water drained you will see a white screw in next to the drain hose. Unscrew it and clean the debris out. (Note the filter is standard thread and has to be fairly tight when you replace it. By hand only though.) Hope this was helpful.
This can be caused by a clogged filter in the washing machine or a blocked drain line in your house. There can be a few other reasons, but these are the most likely.
If you would like to try to repair it yourself, then follow these instructions:
UNPLUG the washing machine. Repeat, UNPLUG the washing machine!!!
Check the filter in the back of the washing machine on the bottom right-hand corner. Place a shallow dish under the filter. Loosen the filter to drain out the water. Remove the filter and clean it out. Look at where you removed the filter and you will see the water pump impeller. Make sure it can move and isn't locked up. Remove any debris from the impeller.
Replace the filter, and plug in the machine. Try a short wash cycle. Check for leaks around the filter.
clean the drain hose, but make sure you have a container to catch the water and lot of debris will come out. Then unplug the washer and put water on spin cycle to drain water, after draining water remove the pump filter located next to the drain hose turn left to open and clean more debris. I found my husband wedding band I thought he lost it on purpose. You will be surprise how much funk is in that filter. Turn pump filter to right to close and put cap back on hose. Don't call the repair guy. Hope this helped.
Likely has debris in the filter. Open the bottom access panel (3 screw on bottom front lip) open the filter access and be ready for some water spill ,have towels. clean and check the pump impellers for freedom of movement. if you still have noise after this you may have to go deeper past the pump and remove the hoses as the debris can be past the pump now. Or take the machine outside and run water up the pump using a water hose to clear it. be inventive