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Rust Stains The clothes are coming out of my calypso washer with rust stains all over them I have tried washer magic which did not solve the problem We have well water & a water conditioner (soft water) but I am not having a problem with any other of my appliances dishwasher etc..Anyone have any ideas on how to stop the rust???

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  • prov3560 Jul 26, 2008

    Thanks for responding!!! How do you get access to the recirculating pipe?

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You will probaly need serviceman..the parts that control the plate in the bottom are starting to corrode and accumilate gunk that is coming back off on clothes replacing them only fix also may ck the recirculating pipe on right rear side of tub gunk can accumilate there also

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  • oldfixer Jul 28, 2008

    there is a screw behind the whirlpool enblem on the front edge of cabinet..remove the emeblem pry it out remove screw pull top forward and lift up ..remove the white plastic ring around top 1 hose connects to top i thing ring has tabs all the way around ..pry up with fingers and lift ring off the tube back right is the recirculating tube it slides intio bottom of tub and is held in place by a tab that pushes into top of tub..clean and reinstall but although it may help i think the universal/leveler will still need replacing to completely solve problem let me know how it goes thanks

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