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Access to flow thru heater

I need to locate and check the flow thru heater element on a AEG F40640 PNC 911232601. Is it accessed via the front kick plate / side panel or via the lid next to the waste filter on the bottom of the washing cabinet?

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On the 40660 washer this element is in line with the top sprayer arm pipe and is at the back bottom of the washer. Easly reachable by removing the back bottom plate. Has a clamp on each end and a electrical push on connector.

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