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Where is the filter to clean it

The machine is making banging noises. Someone said it may be that the filter needs cleaning. How do I access the filter to clean it?

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Hi
most of these filters are located at the back of the appliance.

Make sure power is disconnected first!!!

Unscrew the plate at the bottom rear of the appliance.

You will see, on the right hand side, a black corrugated hose that connects from the bottom of the drum to the drain pump.
On the drum end there will be a big metal clamp that you can unscrew. Once lose the hose should easily come off the drum. Inside this hose you will find a filter that may be full of fluff.

Reassembe the hose and make sure you tighten the clamp properly otherwise it will come off and flood everywhere on your next wash.

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Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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