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Hi Liz, dont think you will find manual for that make or model. But if you have Halfords store near you they sell Haynes manual for washing machine repairs, which will give you very good idea how to do this. most machines are about the same when it comes to this. If this is any help to you remove plug, if you can access heater make note of all wire positions and remove them. remove small nut in centre of element and pull back plate. now you should be able to push the threaded piece forward a little. element should now come out. when replacing use washing up liquid to help get grommet onto tub. also remember to replace the nut and tighten up as this forms the grommet to make the seal. good luck
Here is how you do it. 1st remove the door & hinge, 2nd remove the covers on the screw where the door sits that holds down the control panel. 3rd remove two screws holding the door latch in place. Remove the spring & wire holding the boot on and pull the boot loose from the plastic holder Remove the plastic boot holder. You will now see the boot where it attaches to the tub. There is a spring and wire that holds that on. At the top there is a tab on the seal, grab it and pull towards you. The boot will come off. To reassemble I remove the counter weights(concrete weights) from the tub and put the boot firmly into the slot on the tub. Now reinstall the rear spring. Be sure to also reinstall the counter weights if removed and torque them tight around 25 to 30 foot pounds. Reassemble the front panel and put the spring retainer back on. Tools needed T20 torx driver, 13mm wrench, and needle nose plyers.