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Plastic part fell out my machine ... What is it?

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So we had something stuck in our drum which we got our but after this a small plastic part fell out and I have no idea where it goes or what it is. After we put the machine back the correct way up it just fell out so I'm not sure where it came from to be honest, any help would be greatly appreciated. 

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It  looks like it could be part of the tub. The main outer drum (tub) has lots of those little plastic bits on it. Take the top and lid off, disconnect from the mains and have a good look to see if it has broken off the outer drum.


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