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Some clothes not clean or even completely wet after wash cycle finished

When washing clothes, especially in the cold cycle (which I use frequently), there are some articles of clothing that are not clean and, in fact, some that are not even completely wet--there are completely dry spots on item. We have checked the water hoses and the filters into the machine and have cleaned them again to no avail. This machine has certainly not lived up to its hype-----many times clothes are very wrinkled and, no, I have not overloaded machine. When I wash sheets or even a lone tablecloth, items are twisted. Very, very disapointed.

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    my sheets come out the wash looking like i made a rope. I was wondering if the new machines without the center agitator aleviate this problem

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