Washer Repair

Troubleshooting Why the Washer Won’t Drain

In this video, you’ll learn what causes washers not to drain. Remember, parts are specific to your model and the ones have shown today may not be the right parts for you. To get the right part for your washer be sure to search http://www.partselect.com/ using your model number. If you need help finding your […]

In this video, you’ll learn what causes washers not to drain.

Remember, parts are specific to your model and the ones have shown today may not be the right parts for you. To get the right part for your washer be sure to search http://www.partselect.com/ using your model number.

If you need help finding your model number, use our model number locator guide: http://www.partselect.com/model-numbe….

Here are a few things to check if your washer is not draining: How top-loading washing machines works (0:29)

How front-loading washing machines works (0:34)

Water is removed from the washers tubs via pumps (1:10)

Examine the washer’s hoses to see if they are blocked (1:47)

For belt-driven washers, examine the washers drive belt (2:33)

For direct-drive washers, verify that the dry motor is running and in the proper direction (3:01)

If your washer is a front load washer with a self-contained electric drain pump, first verify that the pump has power (3:28)

For more information about diagnosing your broken washer and other common home appliance symptoms, go to http://www.partselect.com/Repair/Washer/

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