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Re: washing machine high speed spin
Yea thats ok, just replacd 2 this week for same issue, theres a few monitoring switches within the latch assy, that dont allow it to acheive high speed spin withiout closing,I would definalty go to this before the timer
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many machine spin a full tub as they are pumping the water out
this helps to even out the washing load and reduce the unbalance situation
when the water is removed , the machine progresses the program to a high speed spin
call a technician as there may be a problem in the program board
There is a balance sensor in the machine that checks to see if the load is distributed for high speed, When that sensor goes bad, the machine wont spin the water out of the clothes. YOu need to check for spares
Check the spin belt and the relay that engages it. Also make sure that your time is going to the spin cycle and not stopping short of it. If your machine has a two speed motor which goes into high speed for the spin, this might be defective.
I had that problem at one time with my old washer and what it ended up
being was the Washer Dog Agitators were broken and causing the it to
slip and not spin correctly. I would try checking the Dog Agitators.
Here's A picture of a typical top-load washer breakdown to show you where they are located --->Here<---
I hope this helps. If that is the problem I bought mine at Sears for about $8, normally in stock item.
Let me know if there is anything else I can do.
The problem is 2 fold. The "knocking" noise is indicative of brake rub. The fix is to replace the rotor & stator. The reason that your clothing are coming out wet is because the brake is dragging along a polished stator when in spin and cannot get up to its proper speed as a result. The 2nd item that should be replaced is the thrust bearing assy. This is what enables the transmission to transition from agitation to spin... Hope this helps... Bill
The high speed spin of a front load washer should normally do a good job of getting squeezing out the water but if there is an oversudsing condition that makes it hard for the drain pump to operate then the suds and water will just stay there. First make sure there is no actual clog in the drain line then run a load with no soap or detergent and see what happens. It's always better to use a low suds detergent with this type of machine