Everything works fine but my dark clothes always come out with white marks on them.
I thought I may be using too much washing powder but no matter what I try there is always white fluff on my clothes. Somebody said I may have to clean out my filter but I don't klnow where that is or how to do it. PLease help!
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Re: Everything works fine but my dark clothes always come...
There is not a filter that you can clean easly you can take your agitator off and clean what you can get to.the lint should drain away at every drain cycle.
when you take off the agitator off you may see 2 holes about the size of a quarter they have what looks like little combs in it this may trap lint
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reduce the amount of detergent being used as more is not better
use a liquid instead of powder
make for longer rinse cycle
use a softener to help remove detergent in the rinse.
reduce the amount of clothes being washed at each time.
Are you using TOO much powder? And is the machine set to the correct rinse tempature? You mention white stuff, does it look like undissolved washing powder? Or fabric softner? Possibly try liquid detergent and see if the problem continues. And follow the recommended amounts of detergent for each wash load, and the tempature settings. And of course the water levels. All of the above are crucial to insure you get maximum preformance and utility out of your machine, with the results you expect. Let us know what you find. Kindest Regards, Slats.
Souds like an Effect called ****.
Usually caused by not using enough powder, or washing at too low a temperature.
You should do a boil wash at least once a month with powder in but no clothes in.
It is called maintenance wash. Always wash at the recommended temp on the wash care label.
ONLY USE HE DETERGENT, The repairman just left my house today, 24 August 2009, my washer had water spewing from the detergent tray, and soaked my floors:PROBLEM, my hoses were filled with NON-HE detergent, the repairman was really nice and told me that it could have automatically voided my warranty, but he wrote it up "differently" and smacked my hand. He showed me the hose and if was just clogged terribly, he ran the spin and rinse cyle and I thought the suds would never go away, but they finally did.
these machines are mean on water and you can open the door after wash starts
use good quality soap powder that suits front loaders and always wash at 40 deg or above
the black stuff is body fat that is still in machine called scud to me
also if you use conditioner in rinse cycle stop using that
it can cause same problem