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The compartment that you put the soap in sometimes fills with water when the load is finished

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THAT MEANS ONE THING. REMOVE IT AND RUN IT IN WARM WATER, CLEAN IT OF ALL SOAP FILM AND ETC. ON THE SLOT FOR THE BLEACH AND FABRIC SOFTENER, FILL WITH WATER TO THE MAX LINE, LET IT SETTLE, THEN ADD WATER TO IT AGAIN AND SEE IF IT FLOWS THROUGH DOWN TO THE BOTTOM OF THE DISPENSER.

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