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I have the duet ht and when I fill the soap and fabric softener dispenser at the beginning of the load they both run out. Shouldn't the fabric softener be released with the rinse cycle?

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Pull drawer completely out by pressing release tab on left rear of drawer remove all the cups and clean thoroughly with damp rag wipe upper portion on opening before reinstalling drawer

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There should not be suds up that high in the washer. You are experiencing a over sudsing condition and spin is throwing up throw the fill line in the dispenser. Run some fabric softener in a load with no clothes to clean out any hidden suds. Then use only HE (High efficiency) detergent and half of what they recommend! The softer the water the less the soap you use. Sounds like you may be using non HE detergent. My guess if the machine is fine.

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Water goes thru fabric softener dispenser not soap dispenser!


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Detergent and fabric softener dispense at the same time


Whirlpool has designed this drawer as a siphon feed and soap and softener go as 1, 2 punch followed by bleach mid cycle.

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Soap Dispence problem on GHW9200LW


In applications with low water pressure, insufficient water
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RESOLUTION:
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a greater volume of water to flow through the fabric
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Order and replace the dispenser housing, Part
#8181719, to correct the condition

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Fabric softener leaks out at beginning of wash


I have a 9200SQ Whirlpool duet.  It might be similar.  I think the bleach and fabric dispensers work on the siphon principal--once the level gets above a certain point they will then siphon out until almost nothing is left.  They should not start to siphon until extra water is directed into them during the correct cycle.   It is possible that they are starting to siphon early because 1. the washer is not level, 2. water is being added to the dispenser during the wrong cycle 3.  You put too much liquid into the dispenser and it started the siphon. 
Note:  You should not peek in the dispenser during the washer cycles because it might interrupt the "siphon"action and leave residual bleach or fabric softener in the dispensers.

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