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My whirlpool washer has sand in it after the rinse cycle.Is there a filter I need to clean? If so where?

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There is no filter Its been a long time since I heard this one. I live in a coal mine area.
we used to have to take the tub out and chip the hardered coal dust from the washers. I comes from the clothes and tennis shoes. No cure i know.

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