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My Whirlpool Duet front loading washer has developed an ugly smell. I've wiped under the rubber cowling around the door and noticed something like mildew. How do I avoid this problem. I've tried keeping the door open when not in use but as soon as I use it again (usually the next day) the smell is back. Help.

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Jeff, have you ever tried a clean washer with effresh cyle. It will clean the entire tub and around the seals.

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