It’s important to take care of your washing machine. If your washing machine is not draining water properly, either some part has stopped functioning or something’s probably stuck in the drainage pipe. Don’t worry, we have listed a few steps you can try to resolve the problem.
The sooner your washing machine is fixed, the better it is. If you notice water not draining from your washing machine, chance is it’s a problem you can fix yourself. It’ll save you some money and of course, your machine will be ready to use sooner.
Try these simple steps to drain water from your washing machine easily.
Step 1: Check the Plug
Check if the washing machine has been plugged in properly and that the wire is dry. Remember to replace any parts that show signs of damage.
Step 2: Check the Pipe
Since the pipe is detachable, it allows you to easily locate the blockage. It's common for small items to get into the water drainage system and clog the hose. Remove it to check if there is anything stuck inside.
Step 3: Clean the Pipe
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Clean the pipe and reattach it. Run the washer as you normally would.
Also, remember to always check the pockets of your garments for coins. They are one of the main culprits in damaging your machine. These simple steps can help you unclog your washer pipe easily!
Another reason for blockage in your pipe is detergent residue. To prevent this, we suggest you use liquid detergent, such as Surf Excel Matic Liquid. It is specially formulated for washing machines. It completely dissolves in water and leaves no residue.