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Bits of dirt ( gunky stuff) coming from water outlet

Dirt chunks,and gunky water after each cycle has been completed.
Always lots of fluff on the clothes and dirt through clothes at times from I assume the dirt gunk

The washing machine is a, Hoover Boss 7.00kg, model No 2305L
do these have a filter somewhere that perhaps needs cleaning, and if so where can they be found ?.

Many thanks for any info you can supply us with.
Cheers Julie Spencer

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