My washing machine works fine,until it comes to emptying,it makes a very loud whiring noise,at first it was now and then but now its all the time,i`ve taken the back off it and taken out the small pump that is connected dirrectly to the outlet pipe at the base of the washing machine,just to check to see if this may be the problem,but that seams to be fine,the small wheel inside is free from any mess,please help,this noise is driving me mad,i`ve only had the machine about 18 months,thanks in advance to any suggestions
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According to your description of the fault, something was blocking drain turbine of main motor. Dishwashers always first start drain water because calibration of water level inside dishwasher (empty). In your case, the main motor is same motor for washing and draining. Runing in one direction means washing, runing to oposite side means draining.
The solution is to open a turbine pump and remove all obstacles and visual check turbine impeller,ceramic seal and plastic sleeve on the motor shaft.
Either the machine is not balancing correctly or something mechanical has broken. If it works fine when empty then it is a balancing issue. If it does this even when empty then something has broken that supports the tub.