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  1. Hi all, This is my first post. I have been experiencing some issues with my Zanussi washing machine. The drawer usually fails to clear but in the past cleaning the soap drawer jets with a toothbrush has usually worked. However, recently there is so much black mould within the plastic cast framework above the drawer that it is now impossible to clean the jets sufficiently and thus the soap drawer no longer clears down the fabric softener. Without going down the route of hauling the washing machine into the garden and using a pressure washer hose on the inside of it, I wondered if there was either a better, cleaner, more efficient way to do it, or, perhaps there is an instruction manual which would show me how to strip down that part of the washing machine so I could take it apart and give it a damn good clean? I have two pictures which might prove useful etc. as required. Thanks, Adam.
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