Washer does spin but not actually most the time clothes still have too much water left in them. this morning water was on the floor in front of washing machine. thank you very much for any help to repair thid. linda beck
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Re: washer wont spin
Put some draino crystals in the drain or some liquid plumber foaming pipe snake. I am thinking you have a slow drain. If that is ok then it has to be the pump. You might want to inspect the innards of the pump for strings and sand or other stuff. And give the coupling a look see. READ MORE CLICK HERE.
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mine also remains wet and soggy, even after the spin cycle. However, I have not, as of yet, (and hopefully won't) begin having overflow problems.
Mine is jumping around the laundry room - as though in an unbalanced cycle. We discovered that one of the "feet" that the washer stands on needs to be adjusted, upward or down, so that the washer stands balanced and evenly. The "foot" does not make contact, and when we turn it to change its height, it just goes in circles without changing height.
I'm not sure what washer you have but a lot of washers have an additional spin cycle. If you left the lid open, then it would only fill with water then sit until the lid is closed. Try making sure the lid is closed next time you empty it and see if the water is in there the next morning. I hope this helps. Good luck!
due to weight and normal motion during wash/spin a very sturdy floor is necessary under front loads also some floors are a little slick and sliding may occur ck for weak floor and maybe some kind ok rough cushion under feet to reduce sliding also if on pedistals even more vibration may occur be sure all screws in pedistal are secure usually 4 from top onto bottom of washer also adj legs to lower unit as close to floor as possible and tighten lock nuts
open the front with a puttyknife there are 2 clips about 4" in on each side this wil open the top so you can remove the 2 screws holding the front panel on once removed you can see the guts of the unit..Let me know if you need more help