Question about Washing Machines
I can twist it about 35 degrees anti-clock but then it stops. feels like it needs to go 45 degrees to come off. I don't want to force it as being plastic it might break. Any advice?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Check the filter at the front of the machine at the base.
There should be a small cover at front of machine at base.
Open this cover and inside you will see a circular cap.
This needs to be unscrewed anti clock wise, it can be stiff if not used before.
remember you will have to catch the water that comes out and pull out any debris inside.
It is possibly blocked or has debris inside.
Remember you will have to catch the water be prepared.
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