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How to replace the drain pump in an ASKO W600, Type WM33 washer

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1. W600 and W640: Remove the front panel (see page 28).

2. Remove the pump and pump housing from the rubber buffers in the bottom plate.

(Remember, there is always water in the drain pump.)

3. Disconnect one hose by removing the hose clip,

and then turn it to remove it from the rear of the pump.

4. Disconnect the terminal block and the three screws that secure the pump to the pump housing.

5. Take out the pump.

6. Secure the terminal block to the new pump.

7. Secure the pump in the pump housing with the three screws.

8. Fit the hose and secure it with the hose clip.

9. Secure the pump and pump housing to the rubber buffers in the bottom plate.

10. W600 and W640: Replace the front panel.

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Source: ASKO, W600 Washer, Type:WM33