Question about Creda W100FW Front Load Washer
Over confident, I put a twin comforter in my front loading Simplicity and may have also added too much (liquid) detergent. It's backed up now. I've drained through the bottom drainage hole about 3-4 litres of water the end amounts were soapy. What do I do now? There are no clumps. Do I remove the wet and sloppy comforter, or can I leave it in there and continue to run it as a full wash again (and again)???
One way or another - you're going to have to get that comforter into a spin cycle to get the water out of it. Otherwise it won't dry out until June. If there's excess soap when the cycle finishes, run another full wash without soap. If the washer won't drain properly with the comforter inside, you have another problem altogether.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
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