Question about Washing Machines
Empty and wash out the filter. Take out the soap dispenser drawer and clean both this, and the housing thoroughly with a toothbrush. Run an empty cycle with Calgon (available from most supermarkets), then run a couple of empty boil washes. This should solve your problem. If not, check your water inlet pipes, and if there is not one already there, you can buy a filter which sits on the end to catch anything which may be coming through in your water supply. If this is the case, dont forget to rinse them occasionally.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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your problem may be because you generally use a 'cool' wash ie 30' or 40' Try a really HOT programme or two to see if this will remove the deposits that have built up What happens is that quite a lot of 'undisolved powder' tends to congregate inside the machine because of 'low temperature washes' Its a good idea now & then to use CALGON or some other descaling agent.
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