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Washing Machine The washing Machine kwwps running the water out of the discharge hose, and will not fill up.

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Do you have the hose inserted too far down in the drain standpipe? If so, you may have created a situation called "siphoning". You need to have an air gap so the hose will drain properly, and doesn't drain when you don't need it to. If the hose is resting in the trap area of the drain, it stays submerged in water and will siphon the water from the washer as it fills. Another situation that occurs is when consumers try to seal the top of the standpipe to keep odors from coming back up through the drain and/or to prevent overflows. This can also cause siphoning. Just some things to consider. Double check your drain hose and let me know if this helps you.

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