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Boagie

Member Since 28 Feb 2006
Offline Last Active Jun 10 2015 10:38 AM

#319124 GE Washer WLRE4500G0WW will spin but not drain

Posted by Boagie on 03 May 2015 - 03:42 PM

Did you pull the hose off the tub and check up in the tub for sock or small piece of clothing that may be trapped there?  If the water can't flow from tub to pump, it won't pump out.

 

 

You said the pump was humming, did you take it apart to see if something was inside?  Sometimes the impeller also falls off the shaft.  If so replace pump.

 

If it is clear and still humming, I would hook up a cheater cord (should be 110 volt) and see if the impeller is turning, if not you'll need a new pump.

 

Hope that helps, others may have more ideas.... Rodge




#214502 kenmore 11060952990 thermal fuse keeps burning out

Posted by Boagie on 15 November 2011 - 12:37 PM

You may also want to remove the blower wheel housing and make sure that it is clean. A heavy buildup of lint in this area can also create problems with thermal fuse blowing......



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