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Wont drain my hotpoint washer fills with water and goes through the wash cycyle and when it get to rinse it stops......even if i advance the timer to the drain cycle nothing happens...not even a hum....ive trid to drain it on all drains cycles on the different setting [ie.perm press, knits, delicates].....HELP me please!!! Thanks

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  • medicman Sep 09, 2007

    Thanks for the help barnsleymick......thanks to you my machine is back up and running...had a block like you said....saved me a bunch of money!!!!!!

  • Beeve Feb 19, 2008

    my speed queen aws48nw also will not drain after wash/agitation cycle. i removed the plastic pump from below the motor and found that there is no blockage and that the impellar moves freely. when the timer is to engage the pump, there is a hum for roughly five to ten seconds and then it just goes silent. there seems to be something trying to start the motor on this cycle without any luck. the motor and belt move fine on the initial wash/agitate cycle. please assist in my query. thanks

  • mbm808 Jun 15, 2008

    hi i have a servis washer that wont drain. I have taken the pump off and the filter and cleaned them both, and it still wont drain. When it comes to the drain part of the cycle there is no noise or anything please help.

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I am a retired engineer of 20 years and the problem is the pump, remove plug from wall,drain the machine by hand first, remove the bottom back of the machine and test the 2 connectors on the pump for a circuit with a multimeter assuming you have the ability, an open circuit means a new pump is wanted, it may also be blocked / remove and clean out all bottom pipes and check inside pump for rotating impeller movement, it must be free to spin, if readings on meter are fine, build up and try again, work with safety, water and electric don't mix, also it may be that a wire has come off, check that first sorry,

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Check the safety switch or the lid switch....

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