Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
Hi, you can sometimes see the important bit of the pump - called the impellor - when you remove the filter from the bottom of the machine, It is usually behind the panel below the door.
If you peer in there with a torch, that missing sock might just be within reach with a pair of pliers or some kind of hooky thing.
But take care, if the pump is jammed the machine might have wuite a lot of water in it, which will want to come out when you remove the filter. (Unless you pull the machine out from under the work surface and tilt it backwards against a wall or friend.)
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Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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