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Re: Lint on dark clothes in my Whirlpool Cabrio washing...
Sorry there right ..your not using he or low suddsing detergent ,or your using to much..as the water pumps out of unit the sudds stick to side of tub than when rinse water comes in it washes back on your clothes...i can only give you tips and something to look for...look for water not drainning fast enough ,,cut down on detergent,,wash your dark clothes first..give your unit a bleach clean about a pint of bleach..keep me posted onthejob
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Aha! the problem i'll guess your model number is wtw8200ywo-you have a very bad washing machine-i'm sorry-it does what you say darks are covered withresidue and clothes are very wrinkled-if you are not happy with these issues take it back and get another brand of washer-I have a maytag-maytag was bought by whirlpool-I've had problems with this machine only a year and a half old so probably not a good choice either-Research before you buy and let me know who you come out-cheers Denny
Possible that the Rinse cycle is not timed to fill in enough with water or there is obstruction within the inlet valve. Also if there is too much soap that is dispensed it can remain back after the wash. check the above and choose a normal program or one which is different from the present cycle.
Are you sure it is lint and not soap? My washer does this, and it looks like lint, but it is soap. If it is lint, always keep the lint collector inside the agitator clean.
If it is soap, and this might work for lint: 1. Turn clothes, particularly black clothes, inside out. 2. Use a concentrated soap with little or no filler. 3. Use less soap than normal. 4. Fully dissolve soap before adding clothes. 5. Run rinse cycle again after completing full wash cycle.
I have the same problem. Can't get soap out my clothes. I have a Sears Kenmore frontload washer. It seems to work fine but something isn't right. Repair man came few days ago & said NOT to use the brands they say "For ALL HE Washers" ALL being the key word. Only use the ones that only say HE. I changed back to Gain instead of Sam's brand, but I still can't get soap out. I really don't think its the detergent. I washed my daughters towels & had soap in clothes after complete full wash was done. I'm lost & have no idea what the problem is or how long its being going on before I noticed.
Sounds more like a build-up of particles that may very well be in the water supply. There is something that you can try to get rid of these particles.
1. With the machine empty start it in normal eash mode and let it fill. Add 1/2 cup bleach to the water and let the machine run completely through the wash cycle. This will help remove any unseen stains or build-up.
2. When the machine drains and begins to refill on the next cycle, add 1/2-1 cup of white vinegar and again, let the machine finish its' cycle.
3. Run the machine through the wash cycle one more time to remove any vinegar that may have been left behind.
This is not a guaranteed method but I have had some success.