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Clothes softener does not drain out of the holder

I have tried taking the holder apart and cleaning it, but nothing helps. When I finish a load of washing, all of the fabric softener is still there.

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    Anita Oct 07, 2008

    Fabric softener doesn't dispense properly.  Then I have to remove the water that gets stuck there, but the same thing happens over and over again.

  • Anonymous Oct 25, 2008

    I still have softener there from weeks ago. I can't seem to get any help concerning this!

  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    On softener rinse the liquid does not enter into the washing machine. Dont know why and cannot get i to work. Have cleaned everything????

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Do your clothes smell funny? Does it take forever for a load to wash? That happened to me and there was a wire loose in the machine somewhere and it would quit mid cycle and never finished a rinse or spin cycle. My fabric softener never drained either!

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