Question about Washing Machines
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Most access is from the rear panel, but often easier to access by turning machine on its side and coming in from the bottom. Follow the hose from the outlet to the pump and undo the clamps on in and out as blockages occur on both sides. After removal of any matter in the pipes, flush hoses from both ends to ensure flow. Connect inlet hose to pump and run some water through pump with drain hose disconnected to ensure pump is also clean. replace outlet hose and make sure clamps are done up tight otherwise they will leak.
Stand machine back upright and test.
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