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Hi All,

I think I pushed too much one button last night and as a result, all the buttons were pushed inside the washing machine, as per picture. I can still see them from the outside, I don’t think they are broken I just need to figure out a way to bring them back to their original position.

The washing machine is a HJA 8513. Any idea?

Thank you!

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Hello there. You just need to disconnect the washing machine from the mains, then take off the lid. Hopefully you can reposition them from the other side. But if something does broken properly it will need replacing.


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On 23/11/2018 at 15:32, Whitegoodshelp (Andy) said:

Hello there. I just need to disconnect the washing machine from the mains, then take off the lid. Hopefully you can reposition them from the other side. But if something does broken properly it will need replacing.

Done, thank you very much for your help! 

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Excellent :)


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