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Pour some CLR into an empty tank - allow one flush and let it sit for a day then fill tank and flush again. hard mineral deposits are clogging the holes.

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SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

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Is there any way to clean INSIDE the toilet bowl rim? I don't mean under it, I mean inside, where mold seems to have formed.

the underneath of the rim is not completly open but a series of holes to direct the water flow
the best way to clean in that area would be to put some quality cleaner ( bleach or such like ) in the cistern water then flush the toilet
do it a couple of times and see if it improves the situation
talk with an accredited plumber as the problem may be in the water supply allowing the mould to grow
it takes water and moisture for the growth of mould so it may be a leaking stop washer in the cistern that is the real culprit
as after a flush that area of the bowl dries out and mould will not start

Jul 09, 2015 | Washing Machines

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Detergent dispenser does not dispense.

see the causes and remedies:
Most dispenser problems are due to being gummed up with detergent, fabric softner, bleach residue, and water deposits. First check the dispenser drawer by pulling it out of the dispenser itself. To do this push down on the tab in the back and remove. Check that all is thoroughly clean. No holes blocked up. Now there are several types of dispensers out there but most have holes in the top where it dispenses hot or cold water to the appropriate area. These holes can become plugged up. If you have really hard water I would say replace the dispenser if it is gummed up bad. Otherwwise remove the dispenser and thoroughly clean it out. Before doing this check the solenoids that allow water through the dispenser. The solenoids can be checked with an ohmeter but if all is clean and the solenoid does not open to allow flow replace the unit or solenoid. Connect your ohmeter and refer to the tech sheet or service manual for the proper reading. You can also check for voltage going to the solenoid. If you have voltage when each solenoid should be working, example: When the machine should be dispensing fabric softner, The solenoid that allows water to flow through that area should have voltage. If it does replace the solenoid or unit.
see the diagram attached
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The washer is flashing 5d and then changes to F-21. Will not complete the cycle. I unplugged the washer to let it reset but it still does the same thing.

This problem could be with the supply or drain line. Shut off intake water valve to the Washer.
Unscrew the supply lines both hot and cold, check for any sediment in the screen, such as hard water deposits.

Make sure lines are not kinked. Once you have reattached the supply lines insure that the supply line valves are open fully.

Check that the drain line is not plugged or kinked in any way.

To do a reset, unplug the unit for a few minutes.

Please let me know if this has resolved your issue.

Mar 11, 2011 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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Frigidaire front load washer (GLTF1040ASO) is leaking water by the detergent dispenser area. Any suggestions on what this could be?

This is usually caused by solidified detergent blocking the water ways in the detergent dispenser.

Check the inside of the dispenser to make sure the outlet holes are not blocked.

Most dispensers can be removed for cleaning check your appliance instructions for details.

Dec 13, 2010 | Frigidaire GLTF1040A Front Load Washer

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My Fisher and Paykel EcoSmart top load washing machine is slowly filling with water. Help!

I am assuming that you have already made sure that your hot and cold water taps are fully open.
If not, then check those first.
Otherwise try this.
First, turn off the hot and cold water.
Remove the hoses from the back of the machine.
Turn the machine to face you and do a visual inspection of the screens on both the hot and cold water valves.
If there are no screens, your valves may have lime and hard water deposits, or they are simply too weak to fully open. Generic, as well as OEM water valves are available on-line to replace them.

Mar 05, 2010 | Fisher and Paykel WL26CW1 Top Load Washer

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Machine fills up only half way....water eners very slow....afta machine stops, I get a PF 6 reading

Try removing each inlet hose in turn and check for water flow from each hose. If seem slow, try reversing that hose to back-flow the inlet filter screen which should remove loose debris, but won't affect any hard water deposits (soak the screen end in white vinegar and hot water for an hour or so). If both hoses flow well, check the entry holes in the machine for plugged screens. If all else fails, replace the twin inlet solenoids. Hope this helps!

Feb 01, 2010 | Amana ALW480DA Top Load Washer

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Dishwasher pumps water into it but will not wash. Sounds like something is turning underneath but still nothing?

Tear down the lower spray arm mechanism to the deck noting placement and orientation of each part as removed. At the bottom, there should be a large screen that is probably pretty well plugged--soak it in a solution of hot water, detergent, and white vinegar for an hour or so. Scrub the surface with a brush to help dislodge water and food deposits. Inspect all openings in the deck for any food deposits. Check the pump mechanism to see if it is attached to the motor properly. Reassemble in reverse order. Check the spray arms for any plugged spray holes and for any split seams. Hopefully, this will restore operation.

Dec 19, 2009 | Washing Machines

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We keep getting holes in our clothes when we use this washer

For low water volume - or "Trickling" effect...

1. Turn off the water supply to both hoses.
2. Remove hoses (one at a time so you don't get them confused)
3. On the washer side - look for a removeable screen inside wher you just removed the hose.
4. Using a small screwdriver - pop out the screen and reverse-flush it/clean it. It will likely be full of sediment and calcium deposits from your pipes.
5. Replace the inlet screens.
6. Re-fit the hose to the machine.
7. Turn on water supply valves.
8. re-try.

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Mar 15, 2009 | Kenmore 46462 Front Load Washer

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Black sludge deposits in water inlet of washing machine, and around inlet to toilet pan

What is your water like in your area? I know of one community not far from here and they have a Magnisum problem and their is black stains on the inlet area of the washer.

Jul 03, 2008 | Washing Machines

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