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Green Tint in water fresh water clear.
would bleach and detergent solidify on botton
and create green tint? well water.

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
March 20th, 2012

Hello
I am repairing the washer for Mr Organus that has a Kenmore_washer #110.92273100

Would something like corroded like parts or a combo
of detergent and bleach cause a residue that puts
green tint into water after a wash? Incoming water does
not make a cotton cloth become light green only after agitation in tub.

We clean washer and weeks later the green tint comes back to a cotton cloth.
The incoming water was taken and the cloth (100% cotton) was not tinted green.

Also at one point months ago the owner took bleach (Americas Choice) and detergent
(Brand: Extra) and put it into tub before adding water and we had rinsed it several times
and the water cleared up. Four months later it came back also the well water is a bit acidic.
Could a part get corroded and make green water in the tub?

Sears model Kenmore (whirlpool) -- Kenmore_110.92273100
bought 2000 used to 2004 not used 2004 to 2010 started back in use 2010 to 2012.
I have the repair manual and parts source from sears

Thanks for your input it is appreciated.

Mitch (MJ) Dugan
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