My Admiral AU40001 keeps giving fluffy stuffs that stick in my clothes after the washing cycle. It is a heavy duty 7-cycle top load washer. Tried to run it with clean water 6-7 times, but it still gives off fluffy stuffs. Can you please help me? Thanks in advance.
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Re: My Admiral AU40001 keep giving fluffy stuffs
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Are you sure it is lint and not soap? My washer does this, and it looks like lint, but it is soap. If it is lint, always keep the lint collector inside the agitator clean.
If it is soap, and this might work for lint: 1. Turn clothes, particularly black clothes, inside out. 2. Use a concentrated soap with little or no filler. 3. Use less soap than normal. 4. Fully dissolve soap before adding clothes. 5. Run rinse cycle again after completing full wash cycle.
The spin cycle should be on a timer,and shouldn't be able to change how long it spins.The same timer that controls all the cycles of your washer.Your pump may be trying to go out,and isn't removing the water fast enough.This will keep water in the tub,and the normal spin cycle isn't long enough to let the pump get the job done.Another problem might be a clog in your drain hose.Another problem could be the drain hose is set to high above the pump,and the pump can't push it up that high (shouldn't be a problem if you are using the hose that came with the washer,and not extending it with another hose or something.)
Seperate fluffy linty clothes and wash those separately; never mix that stuff up. Also keep the dark and lights separate.I do a number of smaller loads that are in a lot of water; you get cleaner clothes and less wear. Overloads are hard on the washer and the clothes. Rots of Ruck.