Question about Frigidaire FWSB5700DS Top Load Washer
After my white were done being washed I noticed a few spots of black goo scattered all of the clothes. So after filling the wash basin with water only I noticed several pieces of black goo in the water. How do I get rid of the build up slug?
You have to remove and clean the rubber around the front of door,
, Snap it back on.
disconnect AC to prevent any accidental shock.
open the bottom access panel
screws on bottom front , open the large filter and be ready for latent water to spill out , have rags ready.
clean the inside of the filter with clorox.
finally run a strong solution of clorox when you finish.
then rinse well.
leave the door open after loads finish
the door has a child lock
black dot next to lock on door , insert coin and rotate.
keeps them from closing the door.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
LEAVING DOOR OPEN BETWEEN USES ALLOWS WASHER TO BREATHE. BEING A CLOSED SYSTEM, IT'S KIND OF LIKE PUTTING A TUPPERWARE LID ON A BOWL WITH RESIDUE AND MOISTURE INSIDE AND LETTING IT GROW.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
it could either be a bad door switch or something stuck in the pump or a bad pump.if you set it to drain/spin will it drain out the water or does it buzz there?if it does drain i'd have to say you have a bad door switch.the model number you sent doesn't come up,you can unplug the machine,remove the hose that goes to the pump or run it before you unplug it and see if it's the pump making the sound or if the center of the pump can be removed to clean out the pump and check the pump for coins and junk,use a shop vac and vac out all the water in the tub and then lossen the hose or center of pump until water starts to leak out and vac it up as it comes out,check the pump and put it back together,add some water with a bucket or something and see if it drains out,if it doesn't drain and it sounds like the pump is making the noise you have a bad pump,if it buzzes and it's not the pump change out the door switch.the buzzing is electrical,things that could make this sound are the motor,the solenoids on the water valve or the door switch,if you can do some checks like see if it drains or try to find where the noise is coming from would be helpful.good luck and i hope this helps you out.
Posted on Oct 30, 2011
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Mar 17, 2014 | Frigidaire GLTR1670A Front Load Washer
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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