Pump drain blow out.
- Customer: Hector from Palmdale CA
- Difficulty: Easy
- Time to Complete: 15 - 30 mins
- Tools Required: Screw drivers
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My wife tells me the washing machine is not completing its job, so i looked at it and notice it stopped when it hit the rinse cycle and it error E1. I checked the drain pipe it was fine, I checked the drain filters, they were fine, I checked the current to the pump drain with my volt meter and there was power. "Got to be the pump". So I looked everywhere to figure out what was E1 couldn't find anything on the web, goofy me should of just called Haier... it seemed they only wanted to send out a service man "which I didn't want" so I just asked what was E1 and they just said it was a drain problem that is all, big help... but at least I narrowed it down to the pump drain. I looked on the web to find the part and led me to Part Select web site. I just put my model # down and boom gave me a list of parts that are usable for my machine even though they were made from a different company. I called to verify about the part and sure enough someone answered the phone very fast and answered all my question. Reassured about the part so I purchased it. Got it in the mail amazingly fast my wife was freaked out about it lol. So I put the part in and BOOM all is well did all the accumulated laundry in one night. I'm one happy guy. P.S. I'ts been almost a week and it's still working we got kids and dogs so we use this machine everyday.