if you lay the drain hose on the floor does water run out?
and... do you have 2 drain hoses? the model number you gave shows as a suds saver machine
mine is the non-suds model---i have the actual owners manual from 1973--lol---washer hasnt been used in 10 years but was working when the ex-wife decided shed give it to me a few years after my $20000 "friendly divorce"--lol.
I only have 1 drain hose on it and only 1 fitting coming out to attach a hose to so I have to think thats the right exit point.
But you may be on to something. my drain pipe for house is washer height----i got a big tub and took that hose---had a lot more length than i needed---do to about a foot off the ground and yes i did start getting a little flow with the pump engaged-----I did see the pump lever engage via the wigwag--but it was a real unforceful flow almost like i was getting out water that was already in the line and not from pump action-------finally the machine go to end and turned off and then i played around with the hose some more and then started getting a lot better flow but now not from pump but just gravity and siphon acti. I prob got about 3 gallons out of it before the tub toped out but the way it was coming then i might have been able to empty to tub.
still in doubt if i bought a pump for nothing but likely I have-------ill run it thru a cycle tomorrow and see if i can get it to pump thur with force--like i said it was just a small flow when the pump was pumping and then later gravity/siphon action
but isnt that pump supposed to recycle water back into the tub as well from the top?
??/---it didnt do that------but the pump lever did open and i got water out so thats hopeful but now i got to see it come out forcefully with the pump running
what am I to do though when my drain pipe is washer height and couldnt get anything draining at that height
thanks for the imput---you and webster---but you the leader for the beer right now---any other thoughts let me know