Question about Zanussi FS1255S Front Load Washer
Unless you can hear it catching as the drum is going round I would leave well alone, it will probably just get lodged near the heater and not cause any problem.
If the m/c has a removable rear panel then you can get access into the drum by removing the sump hose fastened onto the bottom of the drum. you might find it stuck there.
If no removable panel, then it is a strip down job, Not recommended, unless you know what you are doing.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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This could be something stuck in the drum ie ,A bra wire or could be bearing trouble an engineer could tell you within seconds.
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