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Since down comforters are very light in weight, they confuse energy efficient front loader washing machines in how much water to add. Therefore, very little water is used, which results in a semi-damp comforter at the end of a wash. Pre-soaking the comforter beforehand would help, however, now the comforter weighs a ton, and the machine will vibrate like crazy during a spin cycle. It may be better to have the comforter dry cleaned.
Hello.. I do not recommend trying to wash a down comforter in this washer. It will not wash correctly and more than likely will not spin out. Your best bet is to take the item to a local laundromat and use a large 50lb washer if available.
You will need to replace the bellow (front seal) on the unit. I have never found anything that works on removing the mold and stains. I found that leaving the door open after using the machine really cuts down on this ugly problem. What is your model number?
Sheets Or Comforters? This Normally Occurs With An Overload Such As Pillows And Comforters Due To The Large Circumference. Which Simply Means That Anything That Has A Large Area Will Make The Water Come Over The Top Because When The Machine Is Running The Spin Cycle The Large Area Of Fabric Covers The Side Of The Machine. Actually Causing Water To Spin Off The Top Of The Fabric And Over The Sides Of The Washing Machine Bucket Thus Ending Up On The Floor Below.