Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
I have water in the washer between the plastic drum and the stainless drum. I have removed the pump and cleaned out any debris in the filter. I have run the unit through several cycles and all seems to work well, but at the end of the cycle, I can shine a flashlight through the stainless drum and see water laying in the bottom. I assume that this water laying in the machine is what is making the unit stink and is making my cloths stink. I have not had any error codes and have always used HE detergent. I also leave the door open after cycles to air it out. My main concern is this little bit of water that is left at the end of the cycles. Is there a sensor that should tell the unit to drain down more? Thanks for your help. Kent
The flapper in the pump which acts like a check valve is bad chances are check this first
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
I read this in some guys blog, he was having the same problem with his Duet and said that adding water to each cycle solved the problem without having to use any chemicals. He's working on an easier way to do this, his solution was quite complex but he did post a solution that someone sent him that seemed to work and may work for you. I'll attach the "URL" for his site. Hope this will help.
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
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