Question about Washing Machines
I have a whirlpool cabrio 6600sw2 and regardless of the spin speed or soak combination that we choose our wash comes out of the unit extremely twisted. So much so that even when we take the load out of the washer, shake out each individual piece of clothing before it goes into the dryer, it still comes out of the dryer way too wrinkled. Regardless of the size of the load. We have found that setting the washer on heavy soak and the spin speed on medium tends to produce the least amount of twisted and wrinkled garments. it is almost as if the clothes need more water, but everything looks fine. We have even considered finding out if there was a way to get more water to the washer by taking off the water saver component on the unit. any suggestions?
Grabbed this of an official whirlpool web site: Clothing in the washer can become tangled and twisted or balled up.
Under certain conditions, a combination of the wash load, the cycle selected and the subsequent load movement can cause
the load to become tangled or twisted.
The wash impeller has been redesigned to make the wash load less likely to tangle under the conditions mentioned above.
Replace the wash impeller with part #W10141017.
willing to bet your serial number is before this number here. easy enough part to switch if its no longer under warr
SERIAL CODE RANGE: Prior to CU39
Remove & destroy
dated September 2007
Posted on Oct 27, 2008
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