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It *might* be a problem over time if the residue inside the washer gets onto the diapers through washing. I'd be more worried about your dryer and the residue the fabric softener might have there.
I would just keep to your normal wash routine and if you notice repelling or leaking issues it could be due to build up on your diapers from your fabric softener. Then you might have to strip your diapers (and your washer somehow).