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 Posted: Sun Nov 7th, 2010 02:32 pm
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While I love this washing machine I have had problems with it releasing fabric softener into the tub since day one.  I have had multiple repair people out, they have replaced the water dispensing silinoids twice.  They told me it was the screens plugging.  I am on a well.  So I took the screens out, reluctantly.  This is a more off again than on again problem.  I am at my wits end now because now it does not want to dispense at all.  I have also tried putting softener into the bleach dispenser thinking it was mis labeled.  Anyone have any suggestions or have had this issue.  I would appreciate the help.

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washlady wrote: .. they have replaced the water dispensing silinoids twice. 
 
They told me it was the screens plugging.  
 
I am on a well.  So I took the screens out, reluctantly. 

The Screens are there to prevent the sediment from entering the Water Valve Solenoids and clogging them.

You may now need new Water Valve Solenoids again
and maybe the Diverter

They should have mentioned an external Water Filter of some sort to filter out any particles ..

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