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Bosch Classixx 1200 drain

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by Richely, 21 May 2019.

  1. Richely

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    Hi all, washing machine not draining after spin and door wont open so wanted to try and clean drain...but when i unscrew grey round plug on front there is a white plastic part still left in hole behind it...in the manual pics it looks like it should come out with grey screw cap.. i wondered if this was the case before i tear into it with some pliers ...can anyone advise?
     
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    show us some photos of the parts you mean.

    I suspect you mean the filter which has never been touched and is now jammed and will probably break. A new one is not expensive. But I await your photo.
     
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    Thanks for your reply, this is a pic
     

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    You should have a drain hose next to the filter - a thin black pipe with a bung in it that you can drain down the drum before opening the filter.
    Puc shows what it should look like, and you can see the paddles from the pump
     

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    looks like yours is broken.

    filter can break if it is stuck. I thought they were cheaper than that. It should open by hand. You can put a bit of silicon grease on the new one; or if you manage to get it out.

    It's a very common stock part, presumably happens a lot.

    this one is mine, yours may vary according to model number (mine begins WFL). From Bosch:

    https://www.bosch-home.co.uk/store/00182430

    £ 10.61


    VAT is included.



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    For orders under £9.99, delivery is £2.99. For orders between £10.00 to £29.99, delivery is £4.95. For orders over £30, delivery is free. For orders which include a small appliance, delivery is free.


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