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Verify that that the hoses from the dispenser tray to the tub are not clogged. Detergents and fabric softeners can build up inside the hoses and cause partial or complete clogs that will cause the dispenser trays to overflow and thus leak. This is a common problem.
Remove the dispensing tray and thoroughly clean it. Use a bottle brush. You may already have done this. If that fails the network above dispensing tray may be fouled. This should then be cleaned. As it is fairly inaccessible, being above the dispensing tray, I can only suggest using a toothbrush to clean the upper surface (which faces down)
[some conditioner dispensers work by a siphoning method which requires a 'tube' - in fact an open channel - from above]
I have the same problem in my washing machine but haven't got any further that reading up on the internet, and thinking about it. I plan to use an old electric toothbrush in my attempt - so I don't know if it will work !
The dispenser often has a small amount of water in it after a completed cycle so that's nothing to worry about. A lot of water usually means the dispenser needs a good clean. Pull the dispenser as far as it will go and then give a sharp tug to pull it completely out. The middle dispenser cover can then be taken out and cleaned, and so can all the other parts you've removed. The pipes in the machine and in the dispenser tray should be cleaned out well, as these usually cause the problem of retaining water. Put the cover back on the centre section securely and then push the whole tray back into the machine gently. Good luck!
Hello, If you are meaning that there is water in the softener cup in the dispenser, some water is normal. If it is full to the top, then removed the dispenser tray and clean the underside of the dispenser.
of the time this is a dispenser housing issue. Remove the dispenser tray from washer and make sure it is cleaned very well. In the more serious clogs, you may need to clean the hose from the dispenser to the drum.
sure the detergent dispenser drawer is opening. This issue occurs due
to jammed soap dispenser. Dispenser Distribution System is located in
the top left corner of the washer. The system consists of a motor that
turns a cam gear. The Detergent Dispenser Assembly is located under the washer top. Begin by removing the washer top, console and front panel.
the water inlet and window washer tube from the boot. Pull the water
inlet tube from the outlet connector of the detergent dispenser. NOTE: When reinstalling the water inlet tube, wet the water inlet gasket on the detergent dispenser with
water only. Do not use any other lubricant. Align the tab on
the water inlet tube with the indentation on the dispenser connector and
slide the tube onto the detergent dispenser assembly.
Remove the screw securing the front of the detergent dispenser assembly to the top front frame member.
the vent tube from the detergent dispenser assembly. Remove the screw
securing the detergent dispenser assembly to the top left frame member.
Slide the assembly back slightly and lift the assembly out.
To remove the detergent dispenser motor assembly,disconnect the cam follower spring and lift the cam follower from the diverter cam and rotate the diverter cam clockwise to access the motor
mounting screws. Check for all the connections to the dispenser motor
or anything obstructing the dispenser drawer functioning.
Pull the diverter out and clean it, including the shaft, spring, etc.