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Will not drain

I have similar problem washer will not drain unless shake it hard, only 8 months old. Was told to check drain hose at washer side but not how, suggestions.

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Some machines will agitate with the top open but need the lid closed to drain/spin. Your machine should have a hidden lid switch attached to the lid hinge. This "arm" is probably out of position and will need to be bent slightly to engage the switch. You should hear a faint mechanical click as you open and close the lid. The cabinet will have to be removed from the machine to correct this.

Posted on Mar 11, 2007

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