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 Posted: Thu May 22nd, 2008 01:42 am
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I am getting stains on fabric that look like grease and are about the size of a cigarette butt. I am assuming this is coming from the dryer but not 100% sure.

The dryer seems to running normally. No rumbling or noises.

Any ideas?

Also, I would appreciate a service manual so I can disassemble and check inside.

Thanks, John

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Too much fabric softner will also give these stains. These stains can be rinsed out , grease a little harder.

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 Posted: Thu May 22nd, 2008 01:40 pm
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Thanks for the reply.

I am not using any fabric softener in either the washer or dryer.

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See if it's a petroleum-based stain by attempting to wash it out by hand using only soap and water. If it comes out that way, then the stain is not oil-based but is something else, maybe metal filings. If the stain only comes out using a solvent, then it's oil stain from the washer. Do tell.



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