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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
With the combination of seal gaps and brown spots (streaks) on your clothes, chances are the front (part # 3406129 ~ $26) and rear (part # 279857 ~ $17) drum seals need to be replaced. Run a rag around the seals and check the marks to confirm this is the problem.
Depending how big the gap is, you may need to replace the drum support rollers if they are worn (part # 349241T ~ $24).
The parts are available at Sears. Labor costs will vary depending on where you live and if you're not replacing them yourself.
Let me know if you need more help or information.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
If it isn't rust, I suspect cotton can decompose if moist for a long time (in the laundry or machine), causing brown spots. In that case, the spots probably cannot be removed. Or can they?
Posted on May 23, 2010
SOURCE: roses bushes are stunted with
When down near the ground level make flush cuts at the bud union area so stubs aren't left to begin health issues.
Cut just above the bud at a 45 degree angle going away from the bud. Getting too close to the bud can kill it so adjust to cut just above it. When cutting watch the center of the tissue and prune back to where it's clean, white tissue. Especially in cases of older woody canes, there sometimes are brown spots in the center of the cane. Cut back to where what remains is solid white center.
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
SOURCE: I do not know when
Fertilize them and make sure they have plenty of water after fertilizing. It's bset to have mulch around them at this time of year. You can cut them back some, depending on size but, leave enough to give shade beneath plant for the roots. Best time to trim them would be spring, before the major heat. You don't want the root system soaked all the time so, with the mulch, maybe water every other day, in the morning, to let water soak in and dissapate.
Posted on Jul 16, 2011
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