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Detergent drawer does not empty detergent

After a washing cycle the detergent is still in the drawer. I have a lavamat 61300
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Hi! remove your powder draw, it should just pull out with a wiggle,give it a good clean in hot water, before you put it back give the draw hola a god clean with a bottle brush and hot water! good luck

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