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I cannot manage to remove the coin trap - it will un-do but I cannot pull it out. I have drained the trap via the black rubber ptpe. I can unloosen to trap [turn anti clockwise] but I cannot pull it out. It seems trapped or caught from behind

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check to see if there is a small coin in the grey drain hose that joins the pump also see if theres a coin stuck in the black sump hose to the pump.you will have to remove the front panel first.two screws underneath the front a one under the soap drawer.the paddles pull out put small screwdriver in the middle hole and pull hard toward you,they will come out also blow through drain hose to see if somthing stuck coins act like a valve and cause inttermittent draining problems,also check pump impeller isnt damaged it may look ok(white).hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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Just fixed mine, only I did not have to take it all a part. Just tip it over and reached in thru the opening in the bottom. Took the clamp loose with a phillips screwdriver and pulled the rubber off that contains the filter. Stuck my hand in the opening and pushed up on the filter from the bottom on the rubber container. Out came the filter and I cleaned it and pushed back down inside until it was past the lip that held it in place. Works great, took about 10 mins., not bad for a woman, huh. Thanks for the info, could not have done without your diagram and information.

Posted on Jul 26, 2008

SOURCE: W620 Drain Hose Goes Where??

The little black hose in the pin trap compartment gets hooked onto the round pin on the door of the pin trap access, that little hose is a bypass hose from the pump inlet

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Posted on Aug 02, 2008

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SOURCE: water constantly in pin trap

I had this problem and found out there was something stuck in the drain hose.  It also made my clothes smell sour.  Unhook your drain hose stretch it out straight, run water through and maybe snake it if need be.

Posted on Aug 13, 2008

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use side of spanner to open the circular water drain plug on coin trap, remove all water.
use flat screwdriver to lift yellow tab at top of coin trap whiloe turning coin trap anticlockwise.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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open the little door at the bottom or remove the toe panel... then there is a coin trap... that will let you remove the water there is a black hose with a plug on the end remove plug and drain the water...by turning it and pulling it you can remove the coin trap and you my be able to remove somthing stuck in it... also there is a red string you can pull it and release the door


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