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We have a Samsung SW65V9W top load washing machine. For the last few weeks we have started getting black specks on all our washing. It seems to be getting worse. We usually only wash in Cold water but I have run the machine twice now in hot water with no clothes in machine to flush the specks away but they still keep coming back. Both filters (internal and pump) are cleaned regularly. It seems to be some kind of residue build up that is now flaking off from somewhere. Any suggestions?

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SOURCE: Black particles in clothes after using a top loading samsung fully automatic washing machine

You said these particles stick to the clothes, do they come off and then leave a stain? It may be grease or oil coming from a leaking drum bearing seal.
If it is, This is a major repair and not one for DIY.

Posted on Sep 28, 2007

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It sounds like the porcelein on the inner or outer tub is damaged allowing rust to form.
Another possibility is that there are iron deposits in the internal hoses that are loosening.
I would (assuming you can afford the water wastage) run the machine on 'full load' and 'hot' several times with no clothes in it to see if it will flush out.

Posted on Aug 03, 2008

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SOURCE: cold water will only trickle into washing machine

Check your water pressure if thats good check the screens on your hoses, if thst good go to the water inlet valves that allow water into your tub

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: I always wash in cold

Usually this happens when you do wash on cold water only.The soap will remove dirt but with it comes along oils and other stuff will be dissolved but is all concentrated down at the washers bottom.And since the water is cold the oils and scum will solidify as soft scum and of course they do decay in due time and then the smells come.Yes you are right you can just fill a small load of hot water only with a bit washing detergent and let it go through a cycle(without the laundry).Or try going to a store where this product is sold for cleaning washing machines-Tide,clorox and Magic washing machine cleaners.

Posted on Feb 02, 2011

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SOURCE: f21 error followed by f5

Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,

I'm sorry but 'F21' (along with F16,18,20 and 22) for Whirlpool (Kenmore) washers decodes as 'control unit failure' rather than a specific drain problem (which tends to be indicated by 'F2').
I fear it calls for an engineer. Sorry again ;-0(

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Posted on May 01, 2011

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