Question about Bosch Axxis WFL 2060 Front Load Washer
After a full cycle, a bunch of suds get stuck in bottom of rubber rim that seals the washer and the door. Not sure if that is something that everyone sees or whether we are doing something wrong.
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Nov 27, 2012 | Maytag EPIC MFW9700S Front Load Washer
main cause is usually use of a wrong type of detergent that creates too many
suds. These suds collect in nooks and crannies and cause mold. Switch from
liquid to powdered detergent.First wipe the inside of the washer, especially
the area where the door seals to the inside. Mold can collect around the
insides and folds of the rubber seals. Get in there and make sure you cleaned
it all. You can use bleach or Pinesol.
run a cycle of hot water along with two cups of vinegar or lemon juice to
loosen up soap and grime. Remove the fabric softener receptacle and soak it in
hot water and detergent. Clean the bleach dispenser with a spray cleaner and
paper towels and Q-tips. Don't forget to clean the top rim of the wash bucket
as it is up and under where it can't usually be seen easily and becomes dirty.
Run the washer empty on a hot cycle one more time.
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Aug 02, 2011 | Washing Machines
The Sd code on most Kenmore Elite HE washers indicates a suds lock (usually caused by excessive suds do to overuse of detergent). Check for the presence of excessive suds in the washer. If you see a lot of foam, the code is likely caused by this problem. You will likely be able to drain the washer and spin out the clothes once the suds dissipate. Run an empty cycle with 1 cup of liquid chlorine bleach through the washer to help rinse out suds residue. If you see foam emerging during the empty cycle, you may need to repeat this process. You can also use Washer Magic or AFFRESH to help clean suds residue out of the washer. These products are available at your local Sears store or the grocery store. Make sure that you are using HE (High Efficiency) detergent in the appropriate quantity. You may need as little as a tablespoon of detergent in a high efficiency washer due to the low water level. You may need even less for a while since the clothes will likely have detergent still dissolved in the fibers that will emerge during subsequent wash cycles.
There are many different models of Kenmore Elite HE washers. If you do not see any apparent problem with excessive suds or need more help, resubmit your question with additional details and the full model number of your Kenmore Elite HE washer.
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