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Re: washer does not stay full of water
But is the end of the hose fitting snug in standpipe?? if it is water may be siphoning out due to no air break once 1st drain takes place ..stand pipe needs to be slightly larger tah end of drain hose to allow air to break the siphoning action
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sounds like the drain line is too low it needs to be higher than the water level when running a full load...you can check this buy filling with water and stoping the cycle and see where the water stops draining im sure it will stop at the level of your drain line in the back of the washer. the drain line in the back of your washer should come out of the bottom of the washer and then go up to a drain pipe..if its lower than the full water level of the washer then gravity will take over and drain the water... i hope this helps
The drain hose must be at least level with the top of the actual tub in the washer. The water pump is only bad if it is leaking. If it is leaking from the front you either have a cracked outer tub, but it sounds like your water pump, easy to change out just get the model # and order it through an appliance parts distributor. The cost is about 40 to 50 bucks. good luck!
where is water draining into? have u got grey water hose attached to it?make sure u can see end of drain hose, put into bucket at lid level, if it still drains as it fills u have a faulty control module.please reply for more help
the main drain hose may be stuck to far down inside the drain tube.if the machine is not over flowing and flooding your plaace.then pull the drain hose up to the level of the control head.with the machine off,you should here water running out once that has stopped restart your washer put keep the hose up and it should stop filling when it gets full.
If the washer keeps filling and overfilling then unplug the machine and see if the water still continues to come in. If this is the case, you have a bad water valve. If the washer just keeps filling and never gets to the top then your drain hose is shoved too far down into your house standpipe and must be pulled up and an air gap established.PART NUMBER 285805 @ 30.00 FOR WATER VALVE
Yes if its filling slow do to a blockage in a screened hose it will .If it never stops filling and doesnt over flow than its syphoning the water and you need to elevate thr drain hose higher than the water level and it will kick into wash. Please rate This !!