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Stuck on rinse

Washer runs through first wash cycle then goes to rinse and stalls. I can see water entering chamber but slowly. Makes strange, humming noise at that point too.

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Check drain hose under the tub by unscrewing clamps to see if there is any blockage in this pipe; also clean out filter in this area. Disconnect from mains before doing so.

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