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So you'll want to remove all the water with a wet vac or a cup and bucket inside the tub and remove all the clothes. Unplug the washer and any water that you don't remove will come out the bottom of the washer when you remove the drain pump because you're going to need to remove the drain pump below the washer tub in order to check for a blockage in the pump itself. If you find nothing, then you need to replace the drain pump which has been completely re-designed and comes with new wiring harness and hoses and such. Below is a link to the drain pump you'd need to order and replace for your model. Again, remove as much water as you possibly can before removing the drain pump because once you remove that drain pump, any remaining water you can't get to will come pouring out so have lots of towels ready or a 5 gallon bucket or something like that. Just tip the washer backwards at a 45 degree angle or so to access underneath and remove the pump. If you find a blockage, just remove the debris and re-assemble and hopefully you're good to go without replacing the pump.
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