When my machine is draining the water away it comes out the drawer and door instead of going down the drainage pipe.also if it is a 30 minute wash it takes about 1hour 40 minutes if it only has 4 minutes left it drains out the drawer and door and goes back up till 16minutes and does this over and over again. ihave checked the drainage pipe and hose and they are fine,ialso checked the water pressure and it is ok to
I have had this problem on the WD860 washer drier and it sounds more or less identical - the problem is that lint and general clothing material (and I'm sure some slightly less clothe-like items) are blocking the filter in the water pump that sends the water out of the machine.
Now the only problem I have is that this was previously discovered by a Hotpoint engineer and promptly dealt with under the warranty, however I do not know how to get back in to the water pump housing (without damaging it) to clear out the new filter blockage.
The waterpump is located to the rear of the machine on the right hand side (from the back) at the bottom of the drum - it is quite easy to access with a philips head screwdriver to remove the back panel, however then comes the problem - the water pump appears to be part of an all-in-one sealed unit that runs from the drum to the waste pipe and I can't figure out how to access it without causing damage.
(Admins may wish to move this post to the as yet non-existent WD860 section - but the problem does sound identical to the one that floods my kitchen more or less everytime I use the damn thing!)
I also had this problem with water coming out the drawer before it spins had someone out he thought the circut board was nt working properly you could hear it was nt draining the water out properly but it was nt showing up any faults so i don t know decided just to get rid of machine hope this helps
I had this problem and it was one of my sons socks stuck in the machine, the water comes out of the draw because it can't exit the machine fast enough, just need to get someone to get into the drumb and remove it from the inside. 10 mins job? Hope that is of some help to you.
Sorry I do not have an answer for you...I have got a similar problem.
Just before spinning water pours out of the dispenser drawer. Checked water pressure, drain holes etc seems ok.
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Check all your hose connections. Sounds as if the drain hose has come loose or burst. (common fault in all machines). Open soap drawer, and check that water is flowing into it. If no water is flowing into it, looks like the water connection hose at rear is not secure. If water is flowing into the drawer, but not staying in the drum, then check the drainage outlet hose is secure and undamaged.
Could possibly be a little knick in the door seal or from the corner of the dispenser (the drawer in known to leak and the best remedy is to adjust the front feet so the unit is tipping back slightly, this allows gravity to help the flow of water in the drawer ). The valves could be leaking on the inner side if the machine, Really depends on whether it is a flood type leak or just a small puddle/drip. Run the machine pulled out, whilst stood on some newspaper, this should help trace the area of origin. Keep an eye out when it drains that your plumbing isn't blocked and so the drained water comes out of the standpipe instead of flowing away. Keep me posted or repost if you need further advice. All the best.
first make sure your detergent drawer is not popping open. water will run out from beneath the drawer, run over to the top of the door, run down the door, and then straight down to the floor. If you are not leaking out of the detergent drawer, the next thing down is the bottom of the glass door. look at the glass where it contacts the door seal at the bottom. It should be clean and smooth. Most likely you will find lint, hair, and soap residue. that needs to be cleaned off. any surface imperfections will cause a slow drip or trickle of water to come out of the lowest part of the door. If that is fine, and it is still leaking, open the cover to the drain pump on the bottom right of the front of the machine. Make sure that drain pump filter is tight. run the machine with that little drain access door open and see if you are leaking from there. If none of the above helps, and you are still getting water leaking from the door, miele has designed a new clamping ring for the door seal. Call them and make arrangements to have it replaced.
If you have the wire metal shelf model, there is a wrap around cooling plate (back and two sides) at the top of the inside. The frost that forms on this while it is running melts off after the compressor stops and the water runs down, into the drip channel, and out the drain hole at the center of the channel on the back wall. Clean out that hole so the water will flow out instead of down the walls to the bottom of your refrig.
If you have the glass shelf model, you have to remove the metal cover at the bottom back of the refrig and clean out the defrost drain hole located there.
sounds like you have a clogged defrost drain tube. removing back panel of freezer will give you acess to drain trough, melt away the ice with a hair dryer, youll find a drain hole under there somwhere,pouring boiling water down the drain will clear it pretty quickly( i use a steam machine purchased from the infomercials works awesome, after you clear it and all water drain down tube wrap a piece of solid copper wirearound the heater( black calrod heater right above the drain trough) and stick it in the whole maybe an inch or so. now everythime the heater comes on to defrost it will prevent the hole from freezing over
Could be the little non return valve mounted underneath the top drawer. Lie down on the floor under the top drawer, remove the main plastic pannel covering the bottom to expose the black drainage hose (you may need to cut away a cable tie). Remove the drainage hose from bottom of the drawer - at the start of the drainage hose there will be a small rubber type flap - if it looks broken or worn out, it will need replacing - call F & P for a replacement, approx $5 + postage for a pair (one for the top drawer and one for the bottom)
Hope this helps