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When machine pumps out the smell comes through the sink
All plumbing drains whether under a sink or the stand pipe drain, for a washer, are required by LAW to have a trap to prevent the sewer gases from entering a home.
Sewer gases are dangerous in many ways, not the least of which is the terrible smell. Sewer gas can build up and if allowed to accumulate near an appliance that operates on gas (LP or natural) can combust and cause a fire and/or an explosion.
Yes, if you can do the installation youself, do it ASAP, or contact a licensed plumber and have installed a proper drain trap for the sink and also make sure the drain that the washer is draining into, also has a trap in it.
This will have a profound impact on the smell and will help alleviate foul odors from your sewer lines.
Hope you found this Very Helpful and best regards!
9/22/2017 9:45:01 PM •
on Sep 22, 2017
check if water pump dont release water properly..u can see that in the end of drain hose ..fill the washer w/ water then set it to spin after that look the hose if the water flow properly..
3/8/2014 11:52:47 AM •
on Mar 08, 2014
Squeak upon spinning
Hi, I wanted to comment on this because I have the Majestic MJ9200 Washing machine front load for the RV. I am having the exact same problem and I cannot use my machine at this time. This is NOT an unbalanced load problem. An unbalanced load will cause a loud banging noise because the drum is off balance. There is something wrong inside your machine. Mine never had this problem before either and an unbalanced load does not cause this horrible screech while on the spin cycle. My machine like yours made the noise only on certain spin speeds, high 1500 rpm spin the first time and when I adjusted the spin cycle just to see what happened it stopped making that horrible noise. I washed another load and it began that same screetch while spinning and it was then in all RPM ratios available on my model.
My husband took the top off the machine and could not see anything evident but when looking into the front of the machine we could tell that is seems the interior drum is much looser in the washing machine than in the dryer. There are two drums on the front load. A larger outer drum and a smaller inner drum. The inner drum is what is looser in our machine and the noise is a very loud screetch while spinning the water out of the clothes.
Is your machine under any kind of warranty? Mine is not and I am waiting to get it fixed.
Good luck on getting yours fixed and perhaps we can both help each other out on this one although we have different brands of machines...
11/6/2011 8:33:29 PM •
on Nov 06, 2011
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