My GE profile harmony washer doesn't drain properly. The tub is moving and or spinning but there is no water coming out of the drain hose. I can hear a deep rumbling noise like the pump is stuck or straining. If you blow into the drain hose very hard you can feel it free up and it starts to drain immediatly.
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probably unbalance load inside, try to stop, move what's inside and restart, or maybe there is not enough inside and cannot balance ( one heavy item, add some item so it can balance them when spinning )
Check to see if any thing is under the agitator. If not then maybe the bearings going out or other part of machine . Besure the cap is tighten so agatator don't come off. Check for ware on agatator top to the tighting nut.
I AM NOT A MECHANIC (THOUGH I WISH I WERE), BUT IT SOUND LIKE YOUR BELT OR MOTOR COUPLING. I DON'T WANT TO TELL YOU WRONG. I AM NEW AT THIS STUFF. I HAVE BEEN AROUND WASHERS ALL MY LIFE TO KNOW WHEN THEY BREAK DOWN AND NEED TO BE REPAIRED, BUT MY DAD (WHO DIED IN 2006), SPENT MOST OF HIS LIFE REPAIRING MINOR PROBLEMS ON WASHERS. GOOD LUCK.
It sounds like your drain hose is kinked or blocked, or maybe the pipe that the drain hose drains into is blocked. Somehow water is now being allowed to get out of the machine at the end of the cycle and is staying in the machine. Check those hoses and pipes.
If you remove the tub to pump hose from the pump and try to turn the pump impeller by hand, it should turn freely. If it does not turn freely, then the motor could be seized and you will need to replace the pump.