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 Posted: Sat Oct 30th, 2010 10:08 pm
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Been on the road for two weeks and need to do a ton of laundry:shock:.  Washer is not working :(. Please help.  The service manual would be nice.:D

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You gotta be a little more 'pacific than "washer ain't working." No pump out? No spin? No tumble? Talk to me, Honcho.

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Vibrating like that toy pig of my grandson and wont drain out completely.  Actually found a couple of ideas here on this site.  Cleaned out drain plug, re-leveled.  Just ran a load and all was good.  Gonna wash blankie next......big blankie.  I'll let you know.  Thanks

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Big Blankie did good.

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Sounds like you got that puppy whupped. :whipit:



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