Question about Whirlpool Cabrio WTW6600SBT Top Load Washer
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
Posted on Oct 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
I'd try putting the machine on a hot fill wash, max water level put in half a cup of baking soda when the machine starts to washer turn it off and leave it to soak overnight, then let it finish the cycle the next day. Also make sure you tip some of the hot water down the beach dispenser and clean all around the top of the machine
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
The previous poster was right, the spin speeds on front loaders are incredible. You almost don't have to dry! This is most noticable with heavier clothes, like jeans, especially new ones! This will help a lot: When you take your clothes out of the washer, pop, shake or fluff the wrinkled garment pretty good before you toss it in the dryer. Using a dryer softener sheet will lessen the effect as well. You can also select a lower spin speed, and make up the moisture difference in the dryer. Try shaking the clothes first as this is less expensive than operating the dryer, then back off of the spin speeds as your pocketbook allows!
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Hello harnweys. Definitely switch to another brand of HE detergent, and always choose a liquid as opposed to a powder. Finally, be careful not to overload your machine, set the water level to a higher setting too! Joe
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Posted on Jan 14, 2011
We have the same problem with our BRAND NEW Cabrio - and those white dusty spots with our old washer were a major reason for getting a new washer. Very disappointing. I believe the white dust is also on light clothing but we can't see it.
Since most of the "answers" are obviusly wrong (we already use liquid detergent, already use the auto dispenser, and nothing is blocked because ti's BREAND NEW), we've taken to wiping down the washer basket before we run our clothes. It seems wasteful to run Afresh every week before we do laundry. But wiping out the drum with a cloth works.
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
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