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Fluff on clothes

I have fluff on all clothes and rinse cycle does not get rid of fluff

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Hi,

Probable reason why fluff/lint is still present even when a rinse is done is simply because they were not flushed out together with the water.

Depending on the brand and model of your machine, there might be a lint filter on the drain system that is already full and therefore would require removal, cleaning or possibly replacement. To my knowledge, here are basically two (2) types of lint/fluff filter. One is at the or near the end of the drain/discharge tube/hose/pipe which is basically a slip-on and can be cleaned rather easily. The other is internal and would normally be placed right after the tub before any pump hose or tube. This type is a bit more cumbersome to remove/clean replace.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Posted on May 24, 2008

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    Louie Role May 24, 2008

    Hi again, if for some reason there is no lint/fluff filter in your machine, this page shows how one can be made.

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Some washing machines have a filter usually bottom right hand corner, you can clean this out.

They do say every once in a while to run the machine empty on a boil wash and add a little bleach or try some of these commercialised cleaners that remove limescale etc it cant do any harm.

Do this once or twice if its still bad the only thing i would suggest is to get a new one.

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