Question about Zanussi FLA1201W Front Load Washer
Remove the entire drawer, place in hot soapy water with a bit of bleach. Use an old toothbrush, cotton buds or something similar (pipe cleaners/cable ties would do the trick, too) to clean out all the little grooves, channels and little pipes. Ideally, do this about every 6 weeks, if you can remember.
While you have the drawer out, you'll probably notice in the drawer a build-up of horrble black mouldy gunk (yes, a technical term). You need to clean this out, and maybe use your chosen proddy thing (cotton bud, etc) to clean out the holes and channels on the roof of the cavity.
Put the machine onto a rinse programme, hopefully this should solve the problem. Good luck :)
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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