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Cannot open the front blockage compartment

I have noticed a rattleing noise and have located it to the small compartment on the front bottom of the machine. I have tried to turn the knob, it will only turn 1/4 i am aware that any loose tems may fall into this part. but i have never had to open it before. Lost instructions. Can you advise how i open it

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  • Anonymous Jul 13, 2008

    I have the exact same problem. Please can you help

  • Anonymous Jul 17, 2008

    same problem

  • hat man Aug 04, 2008

    I have the same problem ,but mine just turns though 45 deg

  • suenorton Apr 09, 2009

    I can't open the front compartment, it turns slightly to the left, but it its impossible to open. My machine won't spin, and I have to empty the machine by using the little hose in the front compartment.

  • homerz2020 Apr 11, 2009

    I too can't open the knob it just turns 1/4 of the way!!! what can we do about it!!! need help I need to wash a lot of clothes its piling up!!!! SOMEONE HELP ME
    Vivian Velez



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