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How do I chang the drum bearing in a bosch classixx 1000

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SOURCE: Bosch Classixx 1000 manual

usually it is the larger for the main powder the second largest for the prewash powder and the smallest (labelled with a "max line" for the fab conditioner) the calgon can go in with the main wash or be put straight in the drum.

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if it is wahing and not spinning, many times the door switch may be damaged. Check switch, to make sure the wires are not torn out.

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SOURCE: replacing brushes bosch classixx 1000

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The brushes on the machine are located on the motor. The motor for this brand of machine is located on the bottom of the drum. The brushes are in black holders usually but can vary in colour.
The are simply held to the motor with 2 screws each either side.
The best way is to disconnect the pipes from the machine make sures theres no water in the machine and and flip it onto its head i.e. upside down.. use a short handle posi screw drive to remove the brushes from the motor and disconnect the the little wire wire from the end of the brush and remove and replace its that simple


hope that helps

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Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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If` there is a removable panel at bottom front of washer, remove it, and you should find the filter located there.
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SOURCE: Bosch Classixx 1000 Express washing machine won't fill with water

my washing machine bosch clasixx all in one does not rinse clothe properly. there is a residue of washing powder. Where is an extra rinse button

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My Bosch classixx 1000 is still working ok, but when i turn the drum by hand to wipe it after a wash, it seems to be getting a bit stiffer to turn, and alsomakes a creaking noise.


Sounds like 1 or 2 things the easy one is you may have a small clothing item stuck in between the inner and outer drum the other is it could be the main bearings getting tight because the are worn out .hope this helps

Mar 14, 2017 | Bosch Washing Machines

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Replace the drive belt


Remove the back
hook it on the motor pully and start to wrap it around the drum pully until it is to tight to continue then turn the drum pully to finish the job

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Bosch wff 2000 inner drum wobbles and knocks??


when you changed the bearings did you check the spider for any broken legs on it
or have you firmly fixed the belt pully

Nov 11, 2013 | Bosch Classixx WFL 2066 Front Load Washer

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There is brown oil coming down the 2 supports for the drum so the bearings may be gone how do I replace them


Check on YouTube with your bosch bearing change demo; excellent vids there. For parts look in Fixya.

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Mar 26, 2013 | Bosch WFL 2063 Front Load Washer

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WHEN MY MACHINE GOES INTO SPIN THERE IS A TERRIBLE GRINDING SOUND , IS IT THE BEARINGS?IS IT WORTH FIXING?


can be fixed but not easy drum is composite unit front and back hemisphere rear needs changing complete with seal and bearings if machine more than 5 years old probably uneconmic to repair about 300 dollars

Dec 02, 2009 | Bosch Classixx WFL 2066 Front Load Washer

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How do i get a bosch front loader drum apart, to get the bearings


THIS CAN BE DONE EASILY WHEN YOU HAVE DONE A FEW LIKE ME, HOWEVER FOR A BEGINNER ITS QUITE INVOLVED IT TAKES ME A COUPLE OF HOURS TO DO.YOU WILL NEED A NEW REAR TUB SECTION COMPLETE WITH BEARINGS A TUB SEAL AND A SEAL KIT (NEW BOLTS INCLUDED) AND POSSIBLY A NEW INNER DRUM AS REMOVING THE INNER DRUM FROM COLLAPSED BEARINGS IS NOT EASY WITHOUT DAMAGE TO DRUM SHAFT,IF YOU STILL FEEL CONFIDENT REPLY TO MY POST AND I WILL GIVE YOU MORE ADVICE.

Sep 01, 2009 | Bosch Classixx WFL 2066 Front Load Washer

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Bosche classixx 1000


Rotate the drum by hand. If the drum spins to freely without much resistance then it is possible that the drive belt has come off. Its unusual but it can happen. Remove back panel and refit the drive belt carefully.
If the machine is older than 5 years its possible that the wash motor brushes need replacing. If this is the case then you need to call a technician to replace them.
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May 20, 2009 | Bosch Classixx WFL 2066 Front Load Washer

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Flash from the back of the washing machine.


it sounds like the brushes have gone in the motor that turns the drum

Apr 21, 2009 | Bosch Classixx WFL 2066 Front Load Washer

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Drum removal


If the machine is still in warrenty use it and call the agent. contact Bosch directly

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