Question about GE WSXH208A Front Load Washer
Bacteria causes odors. Try running a load without any clothes on HOT and add a cup of bleach to the soap dispenser. In the future use the hottest water the care tag on your clothes will allow. Use bleach as often as possible. If it's a front load washer, make sure you are using HE detergent. Non HE detergent will suds up and the suds could potentially remain after the wash and create an odor. If you don't like to use the hot wash or bleach on your clothes, then you may need to run a load once a month as described above. There is also a slight chance it's coming up from the home plumbing. Make sure the home plumbing is draining fast enough, but ultimately the bleach you use in the washer will run down the drain and help keep it from causing an odor.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
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