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Something in washer drum

There is something in the drum of my front load washer, we can't access it through the rubber in the front. How should we get this out?

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The casing around your drum is locked in place.(got to take machine and casing to get to drum) if something is in there depending on the size it will make its way down the drain filter area.. to get to the filter.. you open the front bottom plate..(3 or 2 screws) you will need a few towels before you twist open the filter cap.. help that will work .. good luck . mike

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