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In my washer it washes but it does not spin the clothes they are still sopping wet

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If water is being pumped out suspect break stuck..for safety reasons best call repair ..there is large spring with over 200 lbs pressure holding break in position special tool needed to hold spring down while while 6 screws are removed from break stator

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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SOURCE: Front load Frigidaire Gallery washer

You are having a door switch problem change it out and you will have a new washing machine.

Posted on Dec 15, 2007

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SOURCE: washing machine works, but wont do spin cycle- clothes sopping wet but clean

first off check to make sure its spinning at all. although the waters draining is it really spinning? are the clothes stuck to the side walls as if they had??if so i would tip machine back and look on floor and around the inside of cabinet approx 12 in. from ground level looking for oil,( transmission oil) . if present youll need a new transmission and clutch assy

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Washing Machine doesn't spin fast enough

Most likely needs a new clutch. www.washermd.com dave

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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SOURCE: E20 code on washer : will not empty water on spin cycle?

something is stopping the water from drainning...check for kinked hose,,,check waste pipe,,,check units sump...onthejob

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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SOURCE: clothes coming out of washer still soaking wet

is it a kenmore top load?if so the motor is not kicking in to 2nd gear for high fast spin,does it have a speed control on the head?are you using it on the reg. wash cycle?-mike

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a LTF2940ES1 horrible noise and wet clothes

you ahve a clogged pump
remove the toe kick
the pump will be right there on the right
get a towel and disconnect the hoses
you will see a sqaure sump take that hose off
and clean it out
check to make sure there is nothing in the pump
reassemble and should be fine

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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