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Old 08-31-2013, 06:32 PM   #1
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GE Washer model WWA5600


The washer is about 25 years old. There seems to be a problem with the soap rinsing from clothes. During the rinse cycle the water is very soapy and at the end of the entire cycle after spin the clothes are soapy. What is the problem and is it worth fixing?

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Going to need the model #.
Sure you or someone else has not been using to much soap?

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Model # is in the subject line WWA5600. I don't think too much soap is being used.
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Model # might have an S at the end - WWA5600S
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How much soap and what kind is being used? For what size load? What's your water report? Hard? Soft? Has something recently changed with either your brand of soap or water conditioning?
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