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I have an older Whirlpool washing machine (Stylemaster # 907675.) It leaves behind lint galore and white smudges that are almost impossible to clean off. Do you think it has a filter that might need cleaning?

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    Thomas Malailua May 11, 2010

    it would have to be twenty years to have a filter that could be replaced.all after only have a piece of serrated plastic at the bottom of the tub.i have never had to replace one,but some in the right conditions may get dulled with soap scum stuff

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WHIRLPOO STOP USING FILTER IT MAY BE COMING FROM THE TUB. TRY RUNFIN A WASER CLEANER LIKE C.L.R. CAUSIM LIME AND RUST REMOVER. AND TAKE THE SOFTER OUT BY PULING THE BLUE RIND UP AND PULL THE SOFERNER UP AND PUT IN WASHER TO GET CLEAN IN HOT WAER LOW CYCLE.

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