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How do I get more water to fill up in my wash cycle kenmore front loading washing machine?


You can choose second rinse or use less HE detergent. If you are using liquid no more than 1/4 cup for large load.and a little less for smaller load

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I recently purchased a insinger 18-5 dishwasher, what type of detergents should I use ??


Follow the steps below to ensure proper dishwasher detergent selection and usage.

Use only powder, liquid or tablet detergent designed specifically for automatic dishwashers. Any other types may cause a sudsing and as a result, poor wash performance and possibly suds and water on your kitchen floor. GE recommends either Electrasol®, Cascade® or Cascade Complete® detergents.


Use the right amount of detergent for the job. Soft hot water requires less detergent - perhaps a quarter of a cup in the main cup. Very hard water requires a full main cup and a full open cup to get good wash performance. Conditions between these require judgment. Use enough to get the job done, but don't use more than you need.


Too much detergent in very soft water will cause etching of glassware. This is a permanent clouding of the glass. If you experience this condition, use less detergent.


Keep your detergent fresh and dry. Store the detergent in container away from moisture to prevent lumps. Do not put detergent in the cup until you are ready to run a cycle. If powder detergent gets old or lumpy, throw it out; it will not clean effectively. Liquid detergents do not age.


As a rule of thumb:
Harder water requires more detergent

Cooler water requires more detergent

Softer water requires less detergent

Hotter water requires less detergent

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The detergent dispenser does not seem to be opening properly. When the load is finished, the dispenser is in the open position but is full of hardened detergent, and the dishes, glasses and silverware are...


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There are three common problems that cause the Soap Dispenser or Cup not to open. I have a tip that will explain these problems in detail....

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The washer seems to leak a small amount of water, less than a cup after each wash. It looks like it is coming from the back underneath. Checked the filter and such.


You may have an oversudsing condition which will cause it to leak like this. It can cause permanent damage over time.

Try to use one eyedropper full of HE detergent, either the liquid stuff or powdered dissolved in hot water. Use vinegar for fabric softener it will rinse the load clean. Run it on a hot cycle first with a cup of vinegar to flush the detergent residue from the drum, no laundry, and see if the water runs clear and/or if it leaks, if the problem occurs you may be facing a gasket breach. More often than not it's due to oversudsing. They tell you NOT to use regular detergent and that is why.

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Water in the detergent cup


Yes. There will be a bit of water in the tray. The best thing to do is empty the water out either into the washer or a sink. Then leave the tray drawer open as well as the washer door open. Mold can develop on front load washers just like it can with top loaders. Leaving the drawer and door open to dry will help to prevent this.

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Maytag dishwasher leaving detergent on clean, dried dishes.


Try using less detergent if you are using liquid or powder.. but prior to doing that... make sure the drain filter screen is free of any food byproducts and start a cycle on the hottest setting ( without loading any dishes)... wait a few minutes for the water to start and pause the system... then add in a cup of white vinegar to clean out any mineral deposits that may have built up inside the system.. let it finish and look for any residue inside the dishwasher.. You may also check the spray arm for blockage... make sure all the ports ( holes ) are free and unclogged...Chances are that cycling it clean and using less detergent will solve your problem.. Good Luck...

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After washing a load the dispenser cup for detergent is full of clean water?


remove soap draw and strip apart as it is in need of a good clean2_bing.gif as the liquids are taken by a syphoning process so the draining holes are clogged.

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Water remains in the liquid detergent cup


This is by design. Water flows in and forces the detergent out. There will almost always be a little water left in the cup after a wash routine.

Jun 15, 2009 | LG WM2487H Front Load Washer

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Can I use color safe bleach in my new cabrio, and if so where do I put it?


According to the manual on pages 12 & 13.

1.
Place a load of sorted clothes into the washer. See “Laundry
Tips.”
■ Load evenly to maintain washer balance. Mix large and
small items. Items should move easily through the wash
water.
■ Load only to the top of the basket as shown. Overloading
can cause poor cleaning. Items need to move easily
through the wash water.
2. Pour measured powdered or liquid High Efficiency detergent
into the detergent dispenser. Always use the detergent
dispenser, and do not put detergent directly onto clothes in
the washer.
3. Add color-safe bleach (powdered or liquid) to this dispenser,
if needed. Be sure to match powdered color-safe bleach with
powdered detergent or match liquid color-safe bleach with
liquid detergent.
4. Pour measured liquid chlorine bleach into the liquid chlorine
bleach dispenser, if needed. Bleach is diluted and
automatically dispensed at the proper time during the wash
cycle.
■ Do not overfill. Do not dilute. Do not use more than 1 cup
(250 mL) for a full load. Use less with a smaller load size.
■ Follow the garment and the chlorine bleach
manufacturer’s directions for proper use.
■ To avoid spilling, use a cup with a pouring spout. Do not
let bleach splash, drip, or run down into the washer basket.
■ At the end of the cycle, a small amount of water may be
left in the dispenser. This is normal.
NOTE: Use only liquid chlorine bleach in this dispenser.

5. Pour measured liquid fabric softener into the fabric softener
dispenser, if desired.
■ Do not overfill. The dispenser holds 3 oz (94 mL), or a
capful of fabric softener.
■ The fabric softener is dispensed in the final rinse. If Extra
Rinse is selected, the fabric softener will be dispensed
during the Extra Rinse.
■ Do not spill or drip any fabric softener onto the clothes.
■ At the end of the cycle, a small amount of water may be
left in the dispenser. This is normal.
NOTE: Use only liquid fabric softener in this dispenser.
6. Close the washer lid.
7. Press POWER. This turns on the washer display.
8. Select a Wash Cycle. See “Cycles.”
9. Select the desired Modifiers. See “Modifiers.”
10. Select an Option, if desired. See “Options.”
11. Select Delay Wash, if desired. See “Delay Wash” in the
“Modifiers” section.
12. Press START. The wash cycle begins, and the display shows
the estimated remaining time. The lid will lock.
NOTE: If you do not press Start within 5 minutes of pressing
Power, the washer automatically shuts off.


The way that I read the manual, your color safe bleach would go in the detergent dispenser. Your liquid chlorine bleach would go in the bleach dispenser.

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Water in detergent dispenser


I think this is normal. Mine does too.

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