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Remove panels from ZanussiWDS1183W

Having removed top panel, I cannot see how to remove back or side panels to get at machine's pump, bearings etc.

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  • drazd Feb 24, 2008

    They obviously do not want you to do yr own repairs as they make it so hard to access the working parts. Thanks very much for yr help!

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    NEED TO REMOVE LEFT SIDE PANEL TO ACC ESS PUMP AND PIPEWORK

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Once uve got the lid of there about 3 or 4 screws on each side brass coloured undo 2 on each side closest to the back once uve undone them down the side panels at the bottom ull see a plastic cover with a hole in the middle put a thin tool into the hole and pull to the side this will show u another screw on either side undue these now go to the back undue the screws at the back now last thing for u to do is the suspension springs at the top u will need to lift the washer tub up whilst leaving the frame work on the ground once u have lifted this get a flat screwdriver and squeeze it under the spring head which comes up and over were the first screws are that i told u to remove u need to get those springs out so u can pull the sides away from each other and pull backwards m8 might sound hard but its not

Posted on Feb 24, 2008

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    peter gittos Feb 25, 2008

    u can do it but it just takes time and no rushing into things were abouts r u m8 let me know if your not far ill come and show what to do in person and its my pleasure m8

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then remove the front panel with the door intact. to do this you must unscrew the the screws in the top and bottom and remove the screws for the door inter lock as well as undue the door gasket from the panel.

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