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Bosch classixx condenser dryer how do get to reservoir as its not pumping water up to condensing drawer

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"Ok if you remove the left hand side panel then located at the back is the drain pump
remove the hose on it which goes up to the bottle and blow up it to make sure its clear.
If thats fine then remove the pump and clear any fluff thats in there and make sure the impeller is ok and turning fine.
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let me know if you need anymore info."


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