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The attached photo shows an object in the drum of our samsung wf80f5e5u4w ecobubble. My thoughts are its a foreign object that it stuck. I have tried to pull it out with long nose pliers but did not succeed. Before l start taking the drum out and apart would you agree its a foreign object or could it be part of the drum  that has come loose a slipped in?

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It looks like too perfect a fit to be a foreign object. Plus if it was then there must have been a hole there before. Most washing machines now have sealed tubs so there's a good chance you wouldn't be able to strip it down.

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