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Re: why doesnt my washer release the bleach when in soak...
Yes you can uit will jo the job just fine and the only setback to this is that there are several detergent sensors in the machine that sense the detergent and beklieve it or not they can tell the difference so you may end up with a error code if the product is continously used but if you use the product then after it is done let the machine do a rinse cycle with out any thing in it to rinse out the detergent area and if you can rinse out the detergent area with fresh water ok
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could be a few things is it overloaded,stop useing ,softener this coats the washer and cause the pumps to get blocked up as well as the sensors,try doing a few white hot loads with bleach to clean washer as this start to remove the softener the softner also make clothes look like they have grease spots you well need to use spray and wash on these areas and let them soak,there is a product avalible on line or at ace-hardware stores its called smelly wash this product cleans the washer let it soak in wash.this may help your washer out i hope this helps.thanks
hot water valve inside unit may be faulty ck it to make sure that it is powering up and then make sure it is operating. the cold and hot valve are one unit on most washers so the unit is replaced as one. if its a front loader than there might be a one way ck valve malfunctioning or the unit keeping intoducing water into the unit even though it is at the level it should be at. top loader then the level sensor is jacked and needs replaced.
Yup! I have the same issue with a WE206BNW (Canadian model). Did the same thing - dried the water off the door and leave the door open when not using it. Sort of helped, but then I ran an empty light load with bleach through it - no clothes, just water. Helped a lot.
The best he soap I have seen yet is all, he is high effieciency low suds soap. The rule of thumb for liquid he soap is 2 Tbl for every 1 Tbl of softener. Powder can be used but is not good on pumps and build up in tubs. If you have a water softener you can use 25% less soap. Still with powder you need about a 1/4 cup per load to equal a 2 Tbl liquid variety. Suds damage pump impellers, seals and hoses from expansion and that is it on the reason "why to use he".
ONLY USE HE DETERGENT, The repairman just left my house today, 24 August 2009, my washer had water spewing from the detergent tray, and soaked my floors:PROBLEM, my hoses were filled with NON-HE detergent, the repairman was really nice and told me that it could have automatically voided my warranty, but he wrote it up "differently" and smacked my hand. He showed me the hose and if was just clogged terribly, he ran the spin and rinse cyle and I thought the suds would never go away, but they finally did.
When u use front loaders you normally don't need a soak. And i don't think you need bleach. Use front loading powders for the machine. The automatic machine is supposed to work for you. The water empties out, so you can open the door.
i have used everything to solve this exact problem! I have to say the best detergent or bleach i have used in the lg..is the purex with bleach for colours it seems to work better than anything ive used...spent a fortune to have to soak my whites before putting them in this washer. I must say im disappointed..