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  1. I have a LG top load washer, model WT1101CW, bought new in 2013. Recently I have started getting an OE drain error which stops the machine during the rinse or spin cycles. The machine **does** drain and will restart after the error if I pause it, open the lid, and resume the cycle. But it will just keep throwing OE errors until I give up and take the somewhat-too-damp clothes outside to dry in the Florida sun. I've checked the drain hoses, they are not blocked, but there was some water in the bottom of the drain hoses. I also removed the black hose connecting the pump to the exterior drai
  2. Hi - I haven't been here in a while. My Kenmore washer suddenly stopped draining. I am a Grasshopper wannabe, so please bear with me if I use the wrong terminology. But I am determined. I have checked the hose from washer liner to pump and from pump to drain line, and found no obstructions. I could actually touch the bottom of the tub liner, and felt no obstacles anywhere around it. I have checked the drain line from where it connects to the pump to the water return, and found no obstructions. I removed the pump itself, and it looks like it would be functional. The cover (might be
  3. My LG WM2032HW front loading washer was throwing an OE error code and failing to spin. I found quite helpful instructions for the WM2487HWMA. See http://fixitnow.com/wp/2011/02/11/accessing-and-removing-the-drain-pump-in-an-lg-front-load-washer/ However, accessing the drain pump for the LG WM2032HW required a slightly different disassembly process. There are no screws on the back to release the top. The top doesn't slide--it lifts up by wedging up the front from two spring clips on either side. Make sure you secure the top once lifted or it will surely hit you on the head later during th
  4. Bosch SHE68T52UC Dishwasher Drain Pump View File From PUB 58300000170749 Submitter Hiroshi Submitted 10/19/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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  6. I have been trying to diagnose a problem with my Whirlpool dishwasher that won't drain at all. I have checked for any blockages and found none. I overrode the door switch and can see that the drain impeller is working (at least it is bubbling up where the water is in the bottom and I can hear it working). I have removed the little rubber check valve and found that the rubber disk has disintegrated. I wouldn't think that would cause it to not drain properly. I'm not sure I understand the function of the check valve. Would the removal of it prohibit the water from draining? I wou
  7. I just got done fixing my Amana NFW7200TW Front Load Washer, and seen as how I used this forum quite a bit while doing so, I figured I'd post my story, maybe help someone else out going through the same issues. My washer was in the middle of a cycle when it stopped, beeped a few times, then flashed the door lock error code (d5). The door was stuck locked and wouldn't respond to any buttons, so after some searching, I located the manual door release beneath the door lock mechanism inside the washer. I was able to get the clothes out, but there was a puddle of water in the washer and it sti
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