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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Dec 07, 2008
Easy, try running a cup of white vinegar thru the wash cycle. I sell and fix these and it usually work everytime. good luck
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
SOURCE: Black mold growing on rubber
The solution? Plain old bleach.
Scrub rubber seal on door. Run the bleach through the machine once a month to keep clean.
Keep door open after each wash to ensure that it dries out properly.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
SOURCE: RUBBER LINER COLLECTING MOLD
I have been struggling with the same issue for a long time. Regular bleach and mold-killing products did not work. But I just tried Clorox "Washing Machine Cleaner" and was amazed. I scraped off the loose mold from the rubber gasket and then painted on the product, which is thicker than bleach. After about 20 min. I scrubbed it down with water and painted a second coat on the tough areas. No more mold. I also ran some through the machine per the instructions for good measure and ran another rinse cycle. I am in no way connected to Clorox, but I am so happy to be rid of this problem. Good luck. <!-- from fixya rte -->
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
First, wipe down the affected areas with a bleach solution and hot water. Then run a long, hot cycle with the maximum amount of bleach in the dispenser. You may also leave the door open between loads as you did before, but run a dehumidifier in the room too. Mold cannot grow without moisture.... Hope this helps! Handiest1 10-1-10.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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Saturate an old cloth with white vinegar. Alternatively, you might use petroleum jelly on the cloth to remove the mold.Pull the gasket out gently with your hands to reveal the mold and mildew buildup inside the folds of the gasket.Wipe the mold away from the gasket with the cloth. Continue working to wipe away all mold from the folds of the rubber gasket.Dry the folds of the gasket with a dry cloth when you finish removing the mold.Repeat this procedure at least once per month to prevent mold and mildew from forming. If you notice mold occurring more frequently, clean it off when you see it.
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