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Today a sock managed to slip between the inner and outer drum during a cycle, so as I expected it was squeeling and make strage noises, on examining the drum, I noticed what looks like material (Possibly a BRA!!!) entangled around the heater element.
The reason I think it is a BRA is because it looks like the underwire of the item is also still in there.
Any ideas on how to get this thing out?
I managed to tease the sock back out, but am quite surprised at the amount of gap between the door seal and drum (I can get my fingers in easily).
I took of the pipe at the base of the outer drum and tried getting my fingers inside to grab anything but no joy.
This may sound a bit strange but I am worried that this may cause a problem in the future.
Any help would be great, thanks
and merry Christmas..
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If the "bra" is wrapped around the heating element,the only thing you can do is to take the heating element out and clear it.
Don't forget to power off first.
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