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Takes 3 hours to wash a load of clothes

The wash cycle is now taking up to 3-4 hours per load to complete. Nothing has been changed lately.

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  • dlynnp50 Aug 09, 2008

    My machine does not advance automatically thru the cycle, needs to be manually advanced. The selector knob almost seems stripped but has been this way since new. Machine is three years old. Any similar problems or solutions?

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Make sure you are using soap the is for front loading machines. (he)

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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