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Zanussi jetstream 1250 coin between inner & outer drum

It sounds like a coin had got between the inner & outer drums - is there a simple way to remove it please?

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  • grm0 Nov 05, 2008

    Thanks for the advice. However, I have already done that and the coin was not there. I guess it is stuck at the front of the drum or somewhere out of sight (and out of reach of a bent coar hanger).

    Thanks again



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Could be something stuck down the back of the drum. remove the hose at the rear rhs viewed from the back and you can see down the back of the drum.
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Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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Not that easy.
remove top. remove water hoses.remove rear half of cabinet. to do this, undo securing screws along top flange, remove two screws at bottom sides hidden behind plastic plugs and two screws at bottom back. rear half of cabinet will then pull off.
remove heater - this is held with a 10mm nut in the centre which loosen and prise heater out.
you canb then see into the gap between tub and drum ane remove coin or whatever

Posted on Nov 05, 2008

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