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LG WM2077CW small item trapped behind drum

LG WM2077CW washer seems to have a screw or coin trapped behind the drum. You hear it rattling around during the spin cycle. How can I remove the item from behind the drum? Any ideas would be appreciated. Lisa

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You would need to remove bottom exit rubber pipe from drum and use a flash light to free coin or screw,hope this helps

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  • Remove the bottom front access panel. There are two screws one on right and one on the left towards the bottom of the front panel.
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