Maytagmaytag washer that leaves white residue on dark clothes

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I have a Maytag Washer Model MVW65555DWI purchased a year ago...My whole family only purchases Maytag Washer/Dryers...but, this one I'm not happy with. This is my first "no agitator" washer and I definitely don't think it cleans the clothes properly. My dark clothes come out with "white residue" that is very hard to get off. I use a cup of bleach and use the Clean cycle, but it doesn't help. I don't think I should have to purchase another product to clean a product that is suppose to clean in the first place. I use HE dertergent, but still have white on the darks. I've cleaned the dispenser tray, still "white residue". I've just about given up...Any suggestions????? The salesman at Lowe's strongly recommended this model, as I wanted an agitator machine. I thought Maytag proprobably came out with newer, smarter technology that improved the washers, but this is definitely a step backwards.

  • Updated by Kitty Heckel, Oct 05, 2019

    a cup of bleach is what the users manual says . Also, i use the recommended amount of ALL HE detergent

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  • Mr
      Oct 05, 2019

    The key is finding out what the white residue is. Using a full cup of bleach is easily too much. Along those same lines, you can also use considerably less detergent - - neither should be more than 1/3 of a cup.

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  • Ki
      Oct 05, 2019

    @Mr. Helpful a cup of bleach on the clean cycle is what it says in the users manual. i use a small amount of HE detergent

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