Question about Washing Machines
I have done this recently. you need to remove the top of the washer and the disconnect all the items attached to the drawer at the top right of the washer. then remove the drawer assembly and flip down the upper section of it by releasing all the clips. then prize of with a screwdriver. it will then become obvious why it leaves the conditioner behind. it will have a black sort of mould blocking the waterways. clean this and replace all the items in order. be careful when you re-connect the large rubber drain tube undeneath make sure it is engaged fully. i got my son to hold it in position while i clamped it back in. hope this helps....adam howell swindon
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
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