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remove soap draw, remove screws on left hand side(T20), open drum door, three 10mm bolts around drum, open filter flap and unhook black hose from flap if there is one, the bottom left hand corner sits on top of a metal clip to hold it in position just pull to remove,
I'm not sure what you mean by that but I'll tell you how to get to the motor. What your going to want to do is remove the front of the washer, which if I remember right has two screws in the front near the bottom. Then you pull the bottom out towards you and thats it. The motor will be right in front of you on the right hand side. The belt that drives the pump and transmission by means of the motor is under the washer, so just tilt it back. The belt rolls on and off easily.
If you remove the bottom panel in front you can reach up on the right hand side to near the middle of the door you will feel a tab coming out of the door lock switch. Pull down and the door should release.
There is a pull tab at the bottom of the door latch assembly that can be used as a manual release for the door by pulling it down. Lean the washer backwards and unscrew the 3 screws under the bottom edge on the front of the washer to remove the lower panel under the door. Once the panel is removed, reach the tab with your hand up inside the washer behind the front casing on the
right side and pull it down. The door will open. If there is an error prior to the jamming of the door, the door latch assembly must be replaced. Feel free to let me know if that is the case.
Open the panel at the bottom right of the front of the washer. Then pull out the drain hose and pull the plug from its end - this will drain most of the water. Then the filter turns anti-clockwise - if it is too stiff to turn by hand I use an open set of pliers or strong scissors to give more grip (It may be an idea to put a cloth between the pliers/scissors and the filter to offer some protection.
Try to unplug the unit for five minutes, then plug back in. Try to start a load, as soon as the door locks agian, hit cancel. That will sometimes let you get back in. Im not sure if this is a top loader or front loader, but there is a way (if its a front loader) to remove the bottom front kick plate, then you have to reach up the inside to the door latch assm, on the bottom of that is a small round handle, pull it straight down, and the door will unlock. If its a top loader (i.e. Cabrio, Oasis, Etc), you can open the top only by unclipping the top from the base. You can do this by putting a putty knife in between the top and cabinet, then finding the clips, pushing them in and lfting, you can get your stuff out that way.
you need to remove the front cover by removing th escrews holding on the door hinge nad 2 other screws oppisite the hinge, after taking off screws the front "u" shaped panel will pull foward and off( hoeld on by 2 clips along the bottom. the drain pump is located right back corner of machine..ill assume that the machine is still full of water so youll need ot **** out as much as possible before removing the hose connected to the pump. theris going to be some water no matter how much you remove nut might as well get as much as you can. youll either find debris in hose, or debris lodged in imoeller of pump, even seen coins standing in the plastic hosing preventing flow of water.VERY< VERY rarely bad pump ussually just a clog.IMPORTANT UNPLUG UNIT FIRST LOTS OF LIVE WIRES UNDER HERE