Question about Washing Machines
Turn the washer off, pull it out and unplug it. Look at the drain hose; is it twisted or compressed? If is not then disconnect the drain hose and check it for clogs. If you do not find any, check all of your household drains, particularly the disposal. This is a very common problem. You may have a general plumbing clog some where. If you cannot find a clog and all the drains are running fine, You will need to have a service call.
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