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I now have 120v at the pump and it isn't just humming anymore. You saved me a lot of time and money. Thank you so much.
Well, it drained initially. Pumped the water right now.
Then I put a load of laundry in it, cycle it and it's doing the same thing again. Just making a humming noise and not pumping the water out. It pumped some water out, since when I opened the door a ton of water didn't come pouring out, but the laundry is soaking wet and it is giving me the "nd" error on the panel. What else do I have to do? I have been fighting with this thing all day and I can't figure it out.
I will be available. Thanks for your help.
Thanks for getting back to me, even though you had a long day. I appreciate it.
I just ran a pump test and there is 120v going to the connector at the pump. I reconnected the pump to the power and it started running. The impeller spun under power and was pumping fine.
This is what happened last time too. I must remove the front of the washer to access the pump. By the time I put the whole thing back together, it works for like 15 mins and quits again. It just seems to work after my initial fix, then it quits again.
There was no debris or kinks in any of the lines or filter.
I ordered the part. When I install it, I'll let you know how it went. Thanks for continuing to help me out. I didn't want to just throw parts at it, but I had a hunch it needed a new pump.