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Our maytag A9400 has a bad lint problem ,how can i remedy this

Machine states it has a self cleaning filter but clothes come out dirty

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SOURCE: Lint on dark clothes

no product i know of , try running machine without cloths with hot water and a lot of extra soap the unrestricted water movement and extra soap lubricates and helps to flush machine out, let machine dishcharge into bucket and if poor flow or lots of debris run again and see if this clears up you issue

Posted on Jul 07, 2009

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SOURCE: My Maytag washing machine leaves residue (lint? soap?) on clothes

us liqwid soap us les chang filter.to meny close can trap the dry stuf.

Posted on Jan 25, 2010

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  •  no soap. 
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the lint filter may be defective since it has always had this problem, but its worth a try.

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