How to change and replace a washing machine pump on Bosch, Neff and Siemens.

Here is a step by step guide of the process:

This washing machine tutorial will show you what to do if the washing machine does not drain or empty the water out, this repair was done on a Bosch, Neff and Siemens type appliance.

After checking that the pump is faulty in our previous tutorials you will need to replace the old washing machine pump with a new one. Disconnect the appliance from the electricity supply by removing the plug. After checking that the pump is faulty in our previous tutorials you will need to replace the old washing machine pump with a new one.

  1. You have two ways that this can be done, you can replace from the bottom of the machine or you can take the front or back of depending on your model.
  2. Once you have gained access to the pump you will need to remove the hoses from the pump by undoing the clips, which will be one of two type jubilee type or clapped type.
  3. Disconnect the wires that are attached to the pump and take note of which terminals they came off. (Taking a photo is always a good way).
  4. You will need to remove the bolts or clips that hold the pump in place.
  5. You will need to follow previous steps to replace the new pump.

Grab the necessary parts and start repairing



9 Responses to “How to change and replace a washing machine pump on Bosch, Neff and Siemens.”

  1. Sergey Neverov says : Reply

    I was not hitted upon to underlay a paper! I am from Ukraine, English only began to study.

  2. Christian says : Reply

    The video is very useful. Thanks a lot, it helped me

  3. Brendan says : Reply

    Great video Paul. Can you give me any advice on how to determine which pump to purchase?..i.e. is there a number on the old pump?

  4. E Amigo says : Reply

    Repair very well described but my Bosch AXXIS washer has a non removable bottom panel preventing access to pump from the bottom as shown in video. Alternately, can the front panel be removed to access the pump from the front of the machine. It can be seen when the back is removed but isn’t really accessible. What are my choices?

  5. Georg says : Reply

    Hi,

    I’ve changed the brushes and checked the samp which seemed to be fine. Now the machine’s middle light goes on when washing, not the bottom one as in your video. Soon afterwards the top light flashes red and machine stops. What could be the problem?

  6. Jerry Howard says : Reply

    I have a Bosch Washer, WFMC2201/UC/15. I have the need to replace the drain
    pump but i cant seem to be able to remove the side panel so i can access
    the pump. I can remove the top. Tried removing the front but it seems i
    will have to remove the rubber ring that connects the door and drum. I gave
    up on that idea. I have not removed the back panel but it seems the pump is
    located near the front. I have followed all the steps for cleaning the
    drain. I have tried to run through the wash,drain and spin cycles at least
    3 times and i get e-13 or e3 errors. If you could provide any help it would
    be sincerely appreciated. I watched you video on how to replace a drain
    pump but it did not demonstrate how to get access from the side.

  7. Stephen Thorper says : Reply

    I have a Bosch washing machine waa24161gb01..I bought a new pump. I
    REALISED THAT THE SUMP TUBE WAS BLOCKED WITH AN OLD KEY, MONEY AND CURTAIN
    LINKS. In the end I didnt need to change the pump. I was lucky because the
    new pump has two spi connectors L and N and are at the back instead of the
    front of the pump. I would not have been able to solve this problem; is
    there an adapter or something called connector block which I could buy or
    did I just have the wrong type of pump. Al so my washing machine model has
    a front which is difficult to remove; I had problems accessing the screw.
    I need to buy a short handled screwdriver. Anyway I now have a working
    machine , have saved a £120.00, and have achieved a first time repair of a
    washing machine…thanks for your help.

  8. John Hughes says : Reply

    Excellent video

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