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To access and remove the wash plate, you'll need to hinge the top panel straight up and backwards. There are 2 hidden spring clips below the top panel inside the crease between the top panel and the front panel of the washer. Use a putty knife to slide into the crease and push these spring clips backwards. The top panel will then hinge up and backwards. Below is a video that shows you how to do this and it starts at 4:35 on how to remove the wash plate.
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That is exactly how your unit comes apart so if the wash plate won't come out after doing everything like the video shows, then it's just stuck---it's that simple. Not everything is as easy as intended but you'll have to try to wiggle and pry on it and remove it because there is nothing else holding it.
I know the wash plate looks different, but the process to remove it is the EXACT same.
I can't control how this washer comes apart. I have certainly told you everything that needs to be done. If you feel it's a waste then call a technician out and he'll do exactly as I have already told you.