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Removing Bosch WFF 2001 front for Damper Replacement

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I need to change the dampers on my Bosch WFF 2001 washing machine.

So far I have removed the top and the 3 screws by the Powder dispenser but i cannot see any way to remove the front where i understand  I can access the dampers.

Can someone please give me some advice as to what to do next please or let me know where a write up or video can be found please.

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Can you access the dampers with the back panel off and from underneath with the washing machine laid on its front?


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Also, if the front does come off then you need to take the control panel off. It shouldn't be difficult to work out how once the soap dispenser drawer and screws are removed. The control panel often has clips or screws holding in place. Once removed the screws for the front panel are revealed. 


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