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Unable to remove!

I have uncrewed the black outer seal (anti-clockwise) but inside there is a white "plug" when outer seal removed water leaks out but you cannot clean filter!!!!!!!!

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  • bren&izy2 Jan 25, 2009

    Cheers pedropony2

    I managed to tease white part out as you sugested, then remove the obstruction!

    Thanks again

  • cela321 Feb 13, 2009

    aha, I have similar problem. I removed the black seal & found a sock. Now the washer will complete the drain/spin cycle w/o E04 error, however, there is a lot of leaking from underneath (bottom of lip of black cap when the drum drains. (I did tighten the black cap as tight as it would go.)
    I suspect I have to try & remove that white cap to see if any further obstruction--how do I do that? Also, I have a black gasket about 1 1/2" diameter that came off of something when I removed the black cap. I've tried to fit it on the end of the black cap but not really sure where/ how it goes on. Can anyone explain that gasket to me? Thanks!

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The plug you described is supposed to be atached to the piece you have removed.
You will have to tease the plug out with a small flat blade screwdriver.
Hope this helps.

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