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We have a SR 24 H and water sits on the bottom it

We have a SR 24 H and water sits on the bottom it won't drain and it seems to be getting higher

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Hello,
Sounds like your drain valve needs replacing. The drain valve is located just inside the front lower service panel. You can also locate it by following your drain hose back to it. The part is often white with a red solenoid on it. You can check the valve by putting a volt meter on the two leads going to this part and checking for power when the machine is in drain mode. If the valve gets power and still doesn't drain then it need replacing.
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Posted on Apr 09, 2010

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