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Bad smell from washing machine
I have a new place, and with it a new-to-me-but-old washing machine. It is a front loader, which I haven't had in a long time. I've been told that I need to keep it open after running to let it dry, which I do.
This washing machine has become super, super stinky. It's definitely something that has happened from running it. Originally, I thought it was a problem with mildew inside, so I took care to dry it, and I ran it empty with just bleach. This has led me to realize that the smell is actually coming from BEHIND it, rather than inside it. Something about the washer to hook up to drain is just stinking awfully. Does anyone have any tips on what to try/check next?
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