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Westinghouse Top Load Washing Machine

This morning my 30 year old machine (which works perfectly) suddenly stopped emptying the bowl of water on the spin cycle. I had to bucket the water out. any ideas on what the problem could be?

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  • kandice_rose Oct 20, 2008

    timer got stuck on fill and overflowed our laundry room floor with an 1 of water everywhere. what cycle drains this machine?

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Possible your outlet filter is blocked, it need periodic cleaning, which the user can do himself. Locate where this is from your user's manual. Clean out, re-fix. Next it could be the hose that goes from the bottom of the tub to the filter pump; check the former first. Well, you have a record of sorts, 30 years!!

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