Question about Bosch WFK 2401
There's probably a penny or something in the drain pump. I've had this happen several times and it's easy to fix.
1. Make sure the washer is drained.
2. Remove the plastic panel at the bottom held on with the two plastic screws.
3. Drain the last bit of water into a pan by opening the cap on the black rubber tube.
3. Unscrew the big white cap on the left.
4. Look in there and you will probably find a penny or hairpin, etc.
5. Put everything back together.
I think your manual will probably describe this too.
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
I'll bet you washed bras in the machine without first placing them in a bag? Have you noticed any bras missing their underwires that went AWOL about the time the noise started?
I had daughters who did this. It apparently is the most common problem with these machines. I'm afraid I don't remember how we resolved it as it is a &^$#$*^ to get anything out from behind the drum.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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