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Blocked outlet washed some rather fluffy things in the machine and darn thing has got blocked, have opened door, removed laundry items and scooped water out, what do i need to do next (step-by-step instructions would be very handy)

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Power off the wall. Get user's manual, look for blocked filter. Open up the filter, usually front bottom right side, clean, refit. Be prepared for much water to come out. The filter requires periodic cleaning according to usage.

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