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Bosch shu 9915uc drain pump removal

How do I get the drain pump out? I have released the plastic tabs holding it in, and pulled onit. It comes half-way out, but not much further. Am I just not applying enough strentgh or does it turn somehow.

My sense is the impeller felt on the inside of the bottom of the basis should pull out somehow witht he pump. Am I wrong? Don't want to break this.
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First you have to unbolted the base part from the tank(4 bolt on the bottom part)....then you gonna be abble to flip the tank whit the door forward and the base part gonna stay on the ground ,showing you all the component you want to get to and have the space to work your way out .. ....after the pump and the tubulure part connect togetter by turning and pulling all that whit the impeller and the motor assembly staying togetter but release from the tubulure drain parts ....and thats it ! you have your motor pump in your hand and you can now proceed to a test whit 120 volt to see if its realy the pump that grounded ...hope this is gonna help you ! mikey mecano

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