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Front loader soap/bleach/softner tray won't drain


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#1 jtimco

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Posted 09 May 2005 - 03:01 PM

Hi All.  I have a Kenmore 417 (Frigidaire) front load washer.  The soap/bleach/softner tray does not drain the bleach and fabric softner during the cycle.  The soap drains fine. Any Ideas?

It is 3 years old.  When first purchased, there was never anything left in the tray after the cycle.  A few months ago I started noticing water left in the bleach and fabric softner bins in the tray.  Now the bleach and fabric softner remain in the bins in the tray.  Is something clogged?

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Thanks All.

-J


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Posted 09 May 2005 - 10:08 PM

One of your dispenser valves is probably burned out.

The model number you posted is for an electric dryer.




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