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Bosch Front Loading Washer WFM3200UC pump help


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#1 jwatson876

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Posted 04 April 2012 - 07:02 AM

The washing machine won't drain. I took off the pump access or whatever you want to call it and drained all the water manually, there wasn't anything clogging it that I could find. I poured a cup of water backwards through the drain hose to make sure it wasn't magically blocked somehow and the water came through that just fine. I did notice that the pump seemed to be making a lot more noise than usual, but I could be crazy. I took a picture of it, that little dirty white thing in the back spins and makes the noise. Any help is appreciated!Posted Image

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Posted 04 April 2012 - 07:55 PM

Check out this Podcast

Link to Pump if needed: - would that model number be wfmC3200 ?

 

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Posted 08 April 2012 - 09:46 AM

Sounds like a classic bad pump too me.

make sure too remove to drain hose from the pump with care.

The drain hose has and external O-ring on it that can get cut or
roll out of place when reinserting into the new pump. a little lubrication
will help proper insertion.
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