Question about Maytag MAH6700AWW Neptune Front-Load Washer
We are getting small holes in our clothes? Is this the washing machine?
We had this problem with a new washing machine. Turned out the solution was to switch from a BIO washing powder to a NON-BIO!!
Didn't fix the existing holes though :-(
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
Check to see if theres anything in the tub that feels sharp. Make sure theres nothing stuck in the small holes. Also, check out the rubber boot. DOes it look worn? what clothes are getting holes? is it all of them? Colors only? Whites only? Do a maual check on the inside of it with a flashlight to make sure no sharp objest are stuck aor what not?
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you do cold washs all the time you get a build up of sludge between the drums you need to fill it with hot water and let it soak for a few hours and then put through a high wash to rinse out,no clothes.Or you can remove the drum and wash it .hope this helps
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
You may have something between your basket (the area where you put your clothes) and your tub (the part that holds all the water in. Check all of the holes in your basket to see if you have something sticking/ protruding out of one of them. You might also have a hole that has been bent casuing a rough edge. Next pull back the edge of your boot (the gray ,rubber part in the front) Do you have any forighn objects in there? Finnaly for the washer, check the bottom of the door. A rough area on the bottom can cause the same problem. You might also want to check your dryer. Over time the seals (the gray rings in the front and back when you look in your dryer can be worn or have a forign object caught in them. Both will cause clothes to snag and tear.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
SOURCE: holes in clothes
Inspect the rubber seal, and steel drum to make sure there is no foreign object sticking out, which could be tearing holes in your clothes. Also check to see if any of the holes in the steel drum are dented in. or out or misshaped, as this could cause the tumbling action of the drum to tear clothes.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
SOURCE: Holes in clothes
I'd bet the holes are the same size as the holes in the dryer tumbler. the only thing I can think of is that your dryer isn't tumbling and the heat that is pushed through the holes is burning your clothes.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
hi there.....this Problem is usually caused by damage to the inner wash drum ( THE SILVER DRUM)...if you examine the interior closley you may find the damage and careful use of a rounded wood or lastic will allow you to reshae the small defects...alas it is usually a relacement drum that is the only safe soloution
regards Sir Galahad
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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