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CR01 will not drain.

Coin trap is clear and drained the machine manually using drain hose into washing up bowl.
Pump being powered up as you can hear the mains hum, but not pumping takes place.
Ssuepct the pump is faulty or cacked up, buy do not know how to ytake front panel off machine toi get at it, can you advise how to get access.
regards
Andy.

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Hi had the same problem due to a build up of hair and a bobble stuck in the pump easiest way to the pump is to take the the front off take the top off first four screws on front panel at the top un due circuit board prize off outer door two screws behind hinge lift front cover up and you can get easy accsess to pump. hope this helps

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It sounds like there is something jammed in the rudders of the pump but to get to it is not easy.
You have 2 options.
1. Take the back panel off along with the top cover and carefully jam an object thick enough for your arm to pass between the right side of the drum and the machine body. Care must be given to the pcb located near here. either remove it or cover it. Removal is quite the easier option. You then need to unhook the pump and undo the hose clip and it should then be free to come out to check it.
2.Do all the above but with removal of the drum or drums.(not recomended).
You could attempt it but the rear of this mechanism is very complex and may result in damage to the direction changer,although you would have more room to work on it.
I hope this solution helps.

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