Question about Washing Machines
Hello what you will need to do is switch the machine off and open the door make sure it’s empty very carefully with your hand very slowly you don’t want to cut your self very slowly in till you feel something sharp or it could be a bra Bone do it make any nosies when it’s washing or spinning if you get a old cloth and like your going to wipe the drum in side if the cloth get court any where that’s why your clothes are getting holes if when you have gone round the in tire drum and you can’t find any thing it could be your putting too many clothes in the drum but most times it could be a bra bone stuck between the Elerment and sticking out of the drum get a torch Most times you can see if any thing is between the drum and outer drum any problems message me back ok
Posted on Feb 03, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
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
I had the same problem, and it turns out that it is NOT the seal. It is the liquid fabric softener. The fabric softener dispenser needs to be cleaned periodically or it gets a black waxy, goopy, build up. It is this same buildup that ends up staining your clothes with dark brown or black stains. Just remove the dispenser and wash it our very well and the problem will be gone.
Posted on Apr 12, 2010
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