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Bosch Nexxt 800 washer won't drain clothes fully

My washer don't spin the clothes fully. I had towels washing on the regular/cotton cold water cycle, and it spun very slowly at the end and left the towels pretty wet. It doesn't happen every time I wash, but maybe like every once in about ten loads. Don't remember what cycle I was using when it happened last. Also is there a way to just go to the spin cycle, rather than have to go through the whole cycle again?
Thanks for any help you can offer...

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  • gunilla_w Jan 04, 2009

    Thanks it's working again...

    Please, tell me how I select spin only. I was told it's not possible on the Nexxt 800. I can't believe that's true.



    Regards,

    Gunilla

  • DerickDiaz Jan 06, 2009

    Washer spin cycle leaves clothes soaking wet.

  • Doug Meacham
    Doug Meacham Jan 07, 2009

    occasionally, the washer will not spin up to the programmed speed. I can hear the pump running to remove water, but the basket looks like it's still in wash mode (slow to medium oscillations)

  • gunilla_w Mar 20, 2009

    Thanks janann1206, thanks for the tip, I've used the 10 min. refresh cycle and it sure beats running a whole new cycle.

    gunilla

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    can't get door unlocked to get clothes out
    & restart washer

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There is not a Spin Only Cycle BUT there is a REFRESH cycle that will take about 10 minutes.

Sometimes when the load is unbalanced and the machine can not balance the load by itself, the clothes will remain soaked. To avoid this, make sure you always have a balance of small and large things and when loading your machine, do not shove the items in so they ball up.


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There is no Drain/Spin option anywhere on the dial. They must have realized they made a BIG MISTAKE on this model and added the SPIN option later. I bought this machine as it was advertised as "programable" but it is NOT. Any machine that does not offer a spin cycle is a waste of space and I would not buy a Bosch again.

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9 o'clock position in your dial, its called drain/spin cycle.

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U shud be able to select spin only, I would check the filter if I wer u.
It shud be located behind removable lower front panel.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

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