We have listed all three of these in the same article within this section of the website as they are all commonly related and a symptom of the same issue in many modern washing machine and washer dryer models, irrespective of brand or manufacturer.
The advice is to look into the issue yourself first and please take the time to read the the highlighted articles before calling anyone to investigate the problem of spots of grey or black on garments, bits of mould on clothing or in the washing machine or, smells or odours from your washing machine.
Please do take note that these problems cannot be caused by the washing machine itself due to a fault and therefore no manufacturer that we are aware of will cover any service calls placed for these problems under your warranty, you would likely be charged to investigate the problem.
Mould On Laundry
First of all if you do have any of these please read this article about mould being deposited on laundry in your washing machine or washer dryer.
Smelly Washing Machine
You should also read our guide to getting rid of bad smells from a washing machine or washer dryer, which you can find from this link.
Quite often this problem is very closely linked to the mould or mildew problem therefore very often solving one will also cure the other problem.
Mildew Or Mould On Washing Machine Door Seal
And, this article about mould or mildew on a door seal gasket explains what you can do about it and what causes it.
From those three articles you will find various links to other articles explaining each in greater detail and hopefully how to solve the problems as well as prevent them from happening again.
How You Can Get Help With Laundry Problems
To offer support in helping people to determine the cause of laundry problems please use the washing machine support forum.
It’s fast, free, easy and normally someone will pick up on the post that can assist you often with a few experts chipping in if needed. Just register if you don’t have ab account, we don’t mail you, send you spam or any of that stuff.
Post up your question and give images if you possibly can and the guys in the forums will do the rest for you and try to identify the problem you have.
Cost you nothing, might save you some embarrassment or worse, a charge for a service visit that wasn’t needed.
Photographs Of Damage
If you can post photographs of the damage or problem you are having this can be really helpful in allowing the technicians to see what the problem is.