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Spin cycle won't get up to speed!?

Spin cycle just rolls slowly one direction, then switches to the other direction but won't get up to full speed spin no matter what the setting. Then dryer can't work because clothes haven't spun out water. help please.

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  • gshala83 Jul 06, 2008

    The spin cycle does not go up to speed. Once the spin cycle statrs the machine spins left and right a few times then when it is time to start the fast spin it stops and the water pumps just keep on going.


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Might be a control board problem. Contact Malber USA at 1-800-600-8913. They will have replacement part and, if the machine is still under warranty, the part is free.

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