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Washer sprays out when draining

We just moved into a new house. Our washer, a Whirlpool LSQ9200, worked fine at the last 2 homes. At this one, when it pumps water out the drain hose, the first blast of water sprays back up out the pipe. The rest of the water seems to pump fine after that. So, the drain pipe it about 52" high. It's normal size (2" pipe)... The washer drain line just barely reaches it, but according to the manual it's well within spec. So.....any idea what would cause this???

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You have a partially clogged drain or debree in the trap. You can try drano and a snake.

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