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This isn't uncommon and usually results from the over-use of washing liquids or powders. Using vinegar (white is best) and a coarse cloth or gentle scrubbing brush should remove most of the deposit. Otherwise, you may need to do as we did and change the door-seal!
These washer are notorious for linting, there is no real solution, reduce wash time to bare minimum, try sorting clothes into different categories, whites separate washed from dark clothes, use good quality detergent. The only way to fix this problem completely is a neutral drain kit, I do not believe Maytag sells one.
new washer have what is called a washer drain protector, in other words it's a lint catcher for washers and your model has no such part. Do you use powder or liquid detergent? It seems to me that what you see is residue from too much detergent if you use powder. I've heard others with this complaint and to no avail can figure out the cause of this, at least from a view point of a simple wash.