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I am not able to remove my I desist detergent drawer. I have followed the instructions in the manual and video but it does not come off. I am not able to clean it.


1. Open the detergent drawer.
2. Press the release lever (A) on the inside of the detergent drawer and pull the detergent drawer out at the same time.

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Clean detergent tray


The tray can be removed by pulling the tray out until it stops by itself, then push down the release latch inside of the dispenser and then you can pull it out the rest of the way.

If you need further help, I’m available over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/jason_4570d45317834dd3

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TerHow does the detergent tank on a Challenge Extreme Pressure washer operate? I cannot find a trigger to release the detergent into the water or does it happen automatically when there is detergent in...


The water pressure moving through the main hose siphons detergent out of the tank as long as you are pressure washing. It might take some time before you see the detergent coming out the nozzle.

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I have a Samsung Silver Care front loader washing machine. When I turn it on water comes out the detergent dispenser drawer and a little oozes out of the main front door. Any ideas? Thanks, Kelly


Remove the dispensing tray (look for an under side spring clip or release) and check the fluid exit point--the machine washes the detergent into the drum along with other washing compounds. You may be better off using a liquid detergent rather than a powder. This may also fix the main door leakage too. Hope this helps!

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The washing machine doesn't open if I use detergent


read the side of the detergent box it normally says how much, and your washer is probably not opening because it has lid lock to open it you need to pause the cycle and wait a few minutes and it will release the lock also if the washeer is spinning or agitating the lid will automatically lock to open do as described above

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Bosch diswasher detergent dispenser doesn't open during wash cycl


I've been told we can replace the dispenser. See AppliancePartsPro.com. Part AP2834000

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Washing comes out with lint all over


well..you might find that lint is a function of the type of detergent you use. The more aggressive the detergent(is actually burns the fibers in the clothing to release the dirt, etc) the more lint. In commercial cleaning, we used moderate detergents, like Arm and Hammer or something along those lines.

also, the hardness of your water is a major factor in how well the detergent works.

lint is a simple result of the detergent working aggressively to do it's job.

good luck

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Hoover Nextra washing machine - water backing up


If this is a front loader see that u use only washing powder for FRONT LOADING MACHINES. Also possible your detergent drawer is clogged with old dry detergent. Pull out the drawer and clean with tooth brush. Things shd be fine.

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