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A wire from a bra has got inside the drum of my washing machine and is making a clicking noise when the machine is running. How do I get into the machine and retreive the wire?

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Locate element and remove you should then be able to remove bra wire they normally get caught around element

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Remove the rear panel of the washer.
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Hi vickie234 Quite often the noise can be attributed to something getting between the inner & outer drums. If I had a dollar or pound for every under bra wire I have removed from washers I would be a rich man. Occasionally the clips that hold the element in place between the drums can also cause this same noise. Turn the drum slowly with your hand & see if you can hear the wire or clip. The only solution to this is to remove the wire. Not easy if you haven't done this before. Reagrds

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