How Do You Fix A Washer That Doesn Drain Before The Spin Cycle?
When you open the washing machine lid and discover it full of water, it means it didn’t drain before the spin cycle. You may be confronted with a tub full of sopping wet clothes at an inconvenient time, but don’t panic and call a repairman. Chances are the trouble is with the drain hose or the pump and you can fix it yourself with just a few simple tools. Step 1 Look at the drain hose to make sure it isn’t kinked or clogged. If there is a piece of clothing lodged in there, clear away the hose from the pump and yank the clothing out. Step 2 Take a look at the switch under the lid of the washing machine. If it doesn’t click when you press it, it may be broken and the washer may stop during the drain cycle. Call a repairman to repair or replace the switch. Step 3 Examine the clothes tub and the outer tub of the washer for anything that may be stuck in there. Step 4 Open the main access panel of the washer and take out the large rubber hose connecting the pump to the lower part of the oute