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How To Fix a Washing Machine That Won’t Drain

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It can be incredibly frustrating when you are trying to get your laundry done and you discover that your washing machine is not draining. There can be multiple causes for this issue. In this article, we go through the possible causes step-by-step to enable you to solve this issue and have your washing machine working again.  First, you need to …

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How to Reset a GE Washer

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If your GE washer isn’t working, perhaps because the controls have frozen or a motor fault error code is displayed, you might be able to fix it by resetting the washer. So, hold back on calling a technician. A reset only takes a few minutes and you may only need to disconnect the power. This guide applies to most GE …

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Washer Not Working? How to Fix It

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Is your washer not working? Don’t worry. Simply go through this step-by-step guide, and we’ll help you find the cause of the problem and then tell you how to fix it. Regardless of the specific make and model of your washer, this guide will help you since most washers are built very similarly and contain many of the same parts. …

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Samsung Washer Won’t Spin? 5 Solutions

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A Samsung washer usually won’t spin when the drum isn’t balanced. This is caused by a defective component or the load not being distributed equally. If you’re lucky, you can simply redistribute the load to get it spinning again. Another relatively simple solution is to reset the washer by disconnecting the power for a minute or two. If the washer …

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8 Reasons Your Washer Might Be Leaking

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Washing machines push a great deal of water through the appliance every time a load of laundry is done. It fills and mixes with detergent, then spins it around as the clothes are washed. The soapy water is then drained and another basket load of rinse water is filled. This is then spun around until the clothes are soap-free. Then …