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An small object has become trapped inside the drum. How do we get access to the drum to remove it.

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You must remove the front panel,pull out the heating element...and there you can(posyble)find that small object

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· Remove the bottom front access panel. There are two screws one on right and one on the left towards the bottom of the front panel.
· Now that the panel is removed look inside on the bottom right hand side there is a black looking accordion thing. This is the coin trap.
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Good Afternoon Brenda - Generally speaking, washer machines do not have a filter. Depending on your particular model the unit may have a coin trap. Below are some basic troubleshooting steps you may wish to follow to locate and clean the coin trap:
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  • Remove the bottom front access panel. There are two screws one on right and one on the left towards the bottom of the front panel.
  • Now that the panel is removed look inside on the bottom right hand side there is a black looking accordion thing. This is the coin trap.
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  • Reach inside the coin trap and clean what is inside of it out.
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If it sounds like a penny in the drum, it probably IS a penny in the drum, or some other object from someone's pocket. There are ways to deal with this. If like me you trust yourself to do it and you're convinced that the object in not going to come loose by its self and fall into the filter designed to catch these things, you CAN cross the line between bravery and foolishness: Empty the machine disconnect from mains and water, lift it between 2 chairs with the front load door dangling down and spin the drum until the object falls out onto the floor.....

If you're not quite that crazy and don't want to undertake this very dubious procedure, for which I refuse to vouch or take any responsibility, then you can let nature take its course. Most machines have a filter that objects eventually fall into. You can wait for it to find its way there (the noise will probably stop in the end) and then remove it from the filter. You haven't said what make and model machine you have, so here are some filter cleaning instructions that cover MOST models:


Locate and clean the filter. Depending on the model, there is either a round filter cap on the front of the machine at the bottom (It may be behind a small door or hidden behind a clip on panel on the bottom) Many models of this design also have a small hose to the right of the filter cap that you can pull out, remove a plug from and drain off any water in the filter before you remove the filter and get your floor wet, so take a look for this before you remove the filter and get soaked.

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