The washer is draining but not all the way. I'm thinking it is the pump.
You are on the right track. You will want to check to make sure that the pump is not clogged or restricted and make sure that the pump is turning freely.
My wash will not empty the water out. It washed the clothes fine but it did not empty or spin out the water.
You will want to check the drain pump to make sure that it is not clogged and make sure that it spins freely. If not then you will need to replace the pump.
have a kennmore 90 electric series---cf 3402408 stcok 26955
and i get a message that reads ol i guess 4 over load--- and i cant get the water to drain out---- do i need a pump
Answer Daniel, Yes, you do need to check the drain pump 3363892 and drain hoses for obstructions and or a seizing pump. This could cause the "OL"(overloaded) error code, in either the agitate or spin cycles. The control board is looking for a specific amount of Resistance/ RPM in a specific amount of time, and will display the code if not reached. Also check the Drive Coupler 285753A for cracked or broken pegs, or excessive wear and tear.
After a cold night the washer machine got fill of water. Did the water pump get broke, or is something else?
Answer Hello Gonzalo. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the water valve is bad on the unit and will need to be replaced.