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Can the water level be increased for the Whirlpool Cabrio 6700?

How can I force the machine to wash and rinse with more water. It is damaging items, does not get them clean and does not rinse the soap out even with the 2nd rinse.

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    It is not washing the things clean like before,and leaving soap on the garments

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You can not . frist off what type of detergant are you using ? you have to use an He detergant this is a low sudsing detergant formulated for frontload machines and must be used no substutes. next be sure not to overload the machine remeber the water has to be able to pass through the clothes these few things will make a large differance.

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Hi from retired Englishman in SW France @ 13:52 Tues afternoon.

I don't think it is the washing machine, honestly! Don't consider wasting money- persevere!.
All that ALL machines do is simply flush the soap/powder down into the drum and then move the water, at what ever temperature you have selected, and washing around for a particular amount of time, then spin the water out before rinsing and spinning again.
There are a number of possibilities but continue to use the recommended amount of soap- the manufacturers are supposed to know best- although the more you use, the more they sell!!

1) maybe your water supply is very 'hard' i.e. lots of calcium. If so ALWAYS use decalc powder or tablets in EVERY wash. Also run the contents of a sachet (or 2) of a proprietary washing machine decalc/cleaner regularly- if very hard water do it once a month. It will help to keep the heating element clean. Even if you use tablets in every wash, their contents have been washed away with the waste wash water and no longer there for rinse cycles unfortunately.
2) try a different washing powder/soap!
3) If you are not using conditioner/softener already (you do not say) start using some. The only item for which my wife does not use softener is in towels as they dry one much more effectively without the 'coating' of softener!

I'd be very surprised if one or all of these options/choices does not sort out your problem!

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I would hurt the person who designed this washer! It seems to add soapy water back into the rinse on the 4th rinse cycle! Sounds bizarre, but I always think that everything is finally rinsed ok and one more with a little fabric softener will do it, but when I look inside to add the downey, there's an inch of suds on top! I don't have suds like that on my wash cycles! It's bizarre...I've wondered if neighbor's suds are coming in, or am I haunted?

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