Question about Washing Machines
Assuming you have located the filter at the bottom front left of washer, then unscrew it anti-clockwise to remove and clean it.
Unscrew as far it wiil go and then firmly grip the filter handle, and pull it out towards you.
If it does not want to come out, then it is probably because there is something stuck in it, or the rubber seal has swollen if it has not been removed for a long time.
If you do have trouble, then unscrew it at the same time trying to move it from one side to the other, then screw it in again, and start over again, eventually it should pull out, be prepared for water coming out..
If you cannot see the filter, then it is probably because it is behind a trim or plinth at the bottom of the washer.
Hope this assists you to solve your problem.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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