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Smelly washer My Roper washer has a terrible ordor, that I can't seem to get rid of. Can the washer come apart to clean . I do not have a manual .

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You are able to clean your washer easier and better than any appliance repair technician can by soaking it with a good washing machine cleaner. Bleach or vinegar will kill the mold but leaves a base for more detergent and softener to collect on and more mold and bacteria will grow. I've been selling the only all natural washing machine cleaner available at www.smellywasher.com since 2006. It has 24 treatments rather than 1-3 for competitors. Do a search for "smelly washer reviews" to read how well it works.

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Yes . You must first remove the body of cabinet. Remove Phillips screws on bottom left and right side of console.(Newer ones are located in back of console) Console will now flip up. Unplug lid switch wire harness remove clips on each side of cabinet. Using a flat head scredriver Hook in front part of clip and push up towards console.After clips are re moved tilt cabinet toward you and walk back with cabinet. Next remove (white Plastic shroud around outer tub. They just pull up with fla-thead screwdriver.Remove agitator by removing cap . there is usually a small **** you pry up at. If you have fabric softener dispenser on top remove it first. You will either have a 7/16th bolt or plastic female hole. If it is the latter use a half inch drive with extension to remove.After removing these just pull up agitator. by lifting from bottom.Next you will have to remove.spanner nut from drive block.Spanner wrench works best if not available you can use large flat-head screwdriver. To remove nut go counter clockwise. After spanner nut is removed grab basket on each side and pull up.Sometimes they stick you may have to tap around the hub or center post to break free.You now can clean plastic tub.

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