Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
I wash my shirts and items as specified with liquid Tide, and a diluted solution of Downey, but most of the cotton shirts come out with spots all over them.
Thank you GCMP. Thta was the problem even though Whirlpool refuses to acknowledge it. Thankfully Lowes is a stand up company and they voluntered to replace my washer with a GE washer instead. I thank you again.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
I think Bounce would lose alot of money if their products caused dammage to clothes, it's nothing to do with detergents or anything in the drum apart from you clothes. The bearing seal at the back of the drum has failed (common problem) the oil that lubricates the bearings is now leaking onto the clothes as water flushes it out.
Open the door and pull the inner drum towards you while holding the outer drum in place, move it side to side also if you can, if there is virtually zero movement then your bearings are okay which is good because faulty bearings can cause alot of other dammage.
Usually you cannot get the bearing seal seperately as it comes in a kit with the bearings. This could be reasonably costly because the drum has to be removed to get at the seals and as a standard procedure the bearings are replaced as they have been compromised by the seal wearing away and water getting in.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
IF YOU ARE USING BOUNCE IN THE DRYER ON HIGH HEAT IT WILL CAUSE SPOTS ON THE CLOTHES IT'S NOT THE WASHER.
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hello Loree Grudem - This can be the result of the shaft bearing and seal. They may have become worn and the transmission oil is creeping up to get in your water. Once this happens, it gets on your clothes to cause staining. Or possibly you have a buildup of fabric softener that comes loose and puts a greasy like substance in your water and on your clothing. Once you put your clothes in the dryer and the old fabric softener melts you will see these spots. I suggest contacting a professional to move forward accurately.
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