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Beko WME7267W leaking soapy water back through the soap drawer????

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I have a 8.5 year old Beko that has started leaking soapy water back up through the soap drawer when spinning. I have changed the pump and the level sensor but it still happens. It also occasionally jumps back to an earlier point in a cycle. Any advice?

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It sounds like there is a partial blockage somewhere so the water isn’t being pumped out properly. Try this article to see if you can find it 

https://www.whitegoodshelp.co.uk/cant-find-blockage-but-washing-machine-still-not-draining/


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Thank you I will have a look.  It only seems to do it on the first load after the machine has been sitting unused for a few days.....there after it seems to work okay.

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That seems strange. I would definitely check the pump filter, and if it pumps the water into a spigot on the U bend I would disconnect it and carefully check inside the plastic spigot it connects to and the end of the drain hose to make sure there is nothing causing an obstruction.


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