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The problem is most likely a bad pump or a plugged up coin trap that is not allowing the water to be pumped out. To determine what has failed you will need the service manual. I do have a copy of it on my home system but not on my laptop. I will post a copy of it as soon as I get back home in about an hour. Thank you for your patience.
Sounds good - I look forward to viewing the service manual.
Ok, upload in progress.
Please click here to download the service manual for your unit. Go to page 63 for the troubleshooting section. Im sure that with a little reading and some mechanical apptitude you will not have a problem diagnosing the problem. If you get stuck please dont hesitate to return here and let me know. I will be happy to assist you further if needed. Parts for your unit can be ordered on line from http://appliancepartspros.com Just enter the model numbewr in the box provided.
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Yes, I'm here
Good morning =)
Hi, I am downloading now and will take a look at it during my lunch.
Ok not as problem. I do go off line about then as I have appontments in the afternoon. I will check back this evening when I return though.
Do you think that two mechanical dimwits can figure this out? Or, should we just call in a repair tech?
LOL! A mechanical dimwit wouldnt have the good sence to comer here for help.
With the repair manual in hand and a few basic hand tools there is no reason that you cant doi the repair. If you dont understand anything you can always ask me and I'll walk you through it.
Suzanne, most likely this wiull be a timer issue, plugged drain line or a bad drain pump. All are easy repairs
o.k... I will look this over during lunch and get back with you. Thank you.
Ok. You are welcome, Suzanne.
I looked at the manual, specifically page 79 (washer will not drain); however, it was not crystal clear to me what repair should be done. It sounds like our machine is not dead but needs some repair. Can you give an idea what kind of costs could be incurred by calling in a repair tech?
Looking this up for you now. Please stand by
If it is a pump they run $88.34 plus tax and S&H. If it is a timer they run $102.45 Plus tax and S&H.
Labor to do the repairs will varry depending on where you live and what the repair service charges per hour. You can figure that the repair will take about an hour to do and the average hourly rate is about $85.00.
You can figure that the repair will run you about $200.00