9 Steps to Fix Water Not Draining from Washing Machine

If you also face an issue with your washing machine and the water is not draining, we will discuss how to fix the clogged washing machine drains below.

If you have a washing machine and your washing machine’s water draining system is not working correctly due to pipe and inlet pipe blockage. The washing waste and the detergent mix freeze on the pipe layer, and this way, it gets clogged or blocked. Here, we will help you clean the washing machine in 9 easy steps. Let’s clean the clogged washing machine drain.

With these easy steps, you can clean your washing machine and get the cleaned water draining like a new washing machine. Also, it helps get rid of the smells from the washing machine.

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If you need to become more familiar with the washing machine mechanism or if you are a beginner, then you can call an electrician or a mechanic who repairs the machine. Other than that, if you want to self-clean a washing machine, read it all.

Follow these 9 steps. What do I do if the washing machine drain is clogged?

Just follow these basic steps our experts show in the image, and this way, you can clean it at home without any mechanics.

9 Steps to Fix Clogged Washing Machine Drains
While cleaning a washing machine, you need these basic things: An old toothbrush or brush, a towel or old cloth, mild acid that doesn’t burn the plastic, thinner/petrol/or any washing liquid that can remove the lint or clog.
Please turn it off and unplug it:
The first step is to turn off the machine and unplug the cord for safety. Disassemble the inlet pipe from the water tank pipe, too.

step 1: Please turn it off and unplug it
Find out the aggregator’s joint: 
Open the front lead of the washing machine, find the screw, and take it out with a screwdriver and tool.

step 2 : Find out the aggregator's joint
Find out the drainage hole:
After removing the aggregator from the washing machine, find the drainage hole covered with a plastic cover.

step 3: Find out the drainage hole
Remove the drainage hole cover: 
Unscrew the drainage hole cover and take it out.

step 4: Remove the drainage hole cover
Clean the drainage hole:
Now use a mild acid or any other liquid, such as thinner, mild acid, kerosine, lemon, baking soda, or anything else, to clean the drainage hole. Use a toothbrush or another cleaning tool that can fit inside the hole after using one of these liquids.

step 5: clean the drainage hole
Find the opening of the washing machine:
All the washing machines are open from the backside. So open the washing machine from behind, as seen in this image.

step 6: Find the opening of the washing machine
Find drainage on and off systems: 
You can remove clogs and lint by opening the washing machine drainage on-off system, cleaning inside the pipe with a brush, and applying detergent or any other washing liquid.

step 7: Find drainage on and off systems

Note 
1. You can check the washing machine from other parts to see if it leaks from the inside when you disassemble the machine for cleaning and if the belt is functioning correctly.

2. If you are unsure of what the wires or internal components of the washing machine are, don’t touch them.
Clean the drainage pipe: 
You can clean the drainage pipe behind the washing machine for better cleaning. Use an old toothbrush or another brush that can fit inside the pipe and hole for better cleaning.

step 8: Clean the drainage pipe
Reassemble the washing machine: 
Reassemble the washing machine parts after cleaning the machine inside. Check to see if all of the functions are operational.

step 9: Reassemble the washing machine

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Sourabh Raikwar

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By profession, Sourabh Raikwar is a mechanical engineer and also a tech enthusiastic person who writes blogs to easily understand views and solve problems.

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