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I have a top load GE model #WBB4500G, and our clothes comes out smelly. It is horrible. We are constantly having to rewash clothes, this is rediculous. I've heard of this problem with front loaders, but we have a top loader, so why are we hearing water in the tub when it's empty and why are we getting smelly clothes? Help!

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You have an inner and an outer tub. The outer tub may be holding too much water. The smell may be the soured water in the outer tub. You should take the washer outside and drain it completely. Then replace the drain hose before you put it back inside. Hopefully, this will slove your problem.

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