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HAV2360AWW clothes are still dripping wet after the spin cycle

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Spin Cycle Fails on Washer

This solution is 100% correct, change the : wax motor &control board.I'll be happy to guide you through this if you need me to.

Posted on May 26, 2008

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SOURCE: clothes are wet at end of spin cycle

Dear Customer

Please perform the following

Clothes are too wet after spin cycle:
This may be a spin problem or a drain problem
Drain:

  • Make sure the drain line is clear
  • Check the drain hose for a partial blockage
  • Inspect the water pump
Spin:
  • Test the lid switch
  • Test the timer control
  • Test the centrifugal switch
  • Test the water level switch
  • Inspect the motor coupler
  • Inspect the drive belt (belt drive only)
  • Inspect under the washer for soot (clutch)
  • Test the motor
  • Inspect the pulley
  • Test the transmission
Please rate this,Thank u

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Clothes still wet after final spin cycle

It sounds like you might have a broken belt or the belt just slipped off the pulley!

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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SOURCE: spins fine, but clothes still soaking wet

Clogged water pump. Not draing fast enough. If this is helpful, please post as such.

Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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SOURCE: Strange growling sounds on rinse and spin cycle

I would check the motor control board located near the floor on the right side for burnt components. The motor is a 3 phase unit and if one of the phases are working the motor will growl and won't be able to supply the proper torque.

See www.neptunehelp.com for disassembly photos and for more info on the faulty door latch wax motor.

Posted on May 23, 2009

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For all washing machines irrespective of the make... Wollens and acryllic do NOT have a spin cycle as the same will damage the clothes....
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This part will usually cost around $150.00 at the most.

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