Question about Frigidaire ATF6000ES Front Load Washer
Door seals are upto a 50 spot some are a swine to o but some a easy you can buy them but tate a good look at yours befor you take it off and rember how it gose back on. leave your self a few hours to do he job so you are not rushing
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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First you should reach deep into the front door seal and run your fingers around. There is probably slime in there. You will need to thoroughly clean this with a bleach water mix about 50-50. You might need to pull the seal almost inside out to get in there good. If after scrubbing you still have black in the rubber the mold will come right back in that case you will need to replace the seal. They are not to hard to replace but a little tricky. Here is a link that should help if you need to replace the seal or if the wire ring pops off when cleaning. Now if all cleans up well or you replaced it be sure to wipe out the seal after each use (deep in there) and /or leave the door open.
If the seal is clean and no mold present and it still smells then you likely have a clogged drain pump filter or pump. Here is a link that should help cleaning a drain pump.
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