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Condense Pump on TM310W

Can anyone tell me the easiest way to get at the condense pump on the TM310W.

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My tm 329 condensor drier , the power is on but no action will happen i used it alot the past 2 days and then this happened i have cleaned all the vents and the water tank is fine the water tank isnt even on

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Remove the side panles, an locate the pump. Then look if you can get it out without removing the backpanel.

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