During a normal 40 degree daily wash machine stopped. Full of water cannot get it to drain gad to do emergency drain proceedure. When I select program machine clicks and says its washing but nothing happens. Red light is on showing door is shut. Any ideas?
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Considering that machine did not show any error first check that is not activated option "rinse hold" what mean's "stop drum with full of water". I advise you to make a simple test that will show you where the problem is. In the washing machine or somewhere else. Disconnect the drain hose and lift it up to 1m in height and its end hold over the tub or some larger container. Select short drain program and press the start / pause button. If drain hose ejects a solid water stream then is a problem in-house installation of drain water. If does't or poorly drain water then is problem in the washing machine.
Something could be stuck in the pump , drain the machine down drain hose next to drain plug when all water is out put a towel under drain plug unscrew then look in the drain plug and your see a little propeller, make sure it turns and nothing stuck there to stop it turning and leave clean then try again good luck
1. Set the washing machine on the highest water level, temperature on hot and the wash cycle to normal.
2. Fill a gallon jug with hot tap water. Once the cycle begins, let it
run for a minute or two, then stop the cycle, open the lid and slowly
add the gallon of hot tap water. Don't overfill — you just want to
raise the water level so that it is able to reach and clean the inside
3. Add 2 to 4 cups of household chlorine bleach and restart the cycle.
In a couple of minutes, stop it again and just let it sit for at least
30 minutes. Afterward, let the cycle finish, and open the lid to air
out the inside.
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