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After a washing cycle on wool wash, some items are not completely wet - machine is not overfilled. there is also fluff on some of the items

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Look in the area where you place the clothes. in the back area about the 2o'clock posistion there is a small hole. usually this hole which recirculates the water becomes clogged with lint. If there is n othing there, you could have a pump failure,and it is not letting the water get back onto the clothes.

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During the spin cycle it spins correctly until the last 2-3 minutes and then it just fluffs clothes


Some machines used a variable speed slow down process to avoid clothing damage, this removes the items from the outside of the drum where if the clothing was left for a length of time after the cycle has finished it could damage the fibres, this way the clothing is also easier to remove from the machine and promotes airflow over the items

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Streaky dirty washing


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Clothes still wet after wool cycle


Hi
For all washing machines irrespective of the make... Wollens and acryllic do NOT have a spin cycle as the same will damage the clothes....
In wollen and acryllic mode the machind is NOT supposed to go into a spin cycle and hence you get wet clothes.....
There is Nothing wrong with your machine.
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Berry

Jan 31, 2010 | Washing Machines

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When I put towels or rugs in the washer the cycle show complete, but when I open it the items are soaking wet.


Its probably because the items are too heavy for the washer to safely spin.

If you squeeze some of the water out of them into a sink then put it on spin cycle, it should work. Otherwise spin them in two loads. Its a bit of a pain but its to protect the washing machine mechanical parts.

Hope that helps!

Dec 29, 2009 | Kenmore 43142 Front Load Washer

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I have a problem with my washing machine..


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Bad water valve
kinked hoses
unpaid water bill faulty electronics. Overfill:
trash in water level switch tube
bad water valve
bad water level switch faulty electronics. Washes but don't spin:
bad lid switch
bad drive coupling or belt
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bad luck faulty electronics. Leaks:
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bad thrust bearing faulty electronics*. *electronics in appliances ****. My opinion.

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Some clothes not clean or even completely wet after wash cycle finished


Ebay item number 200262803398 is a cheap PDF service manual for this model.

prem

Oct 06, 2008 | Whirlpool Calypso GVW9959K Top Load Washer

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Washing machine overfilling


Hello
Welcome to fixya.
I'm Huuum and happy to assist you,


You said, your washing machine overfilling.
please give us more information .

What is the manufacturer and model number of your problem washer?


Thank you

Sep 29, 2008 | Washing Machines

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Printed wash cycle info missing from front of machine


Quick wash cycle for the Hotpoint FEW12 is 'K'

A 95* White cotton, heavy soil ........ 5.5kg 2hours 30/40 mins Fast spin
B 40* White cotton Heavy soil .......5.5kg 1hour 40/50 mins Fast spin
C 95* White cotton and linen without special finishes......5.5kg 2 hours 20/30 mins Fast spin
D 60* Colour fast cotton, linen or viscose without special finishes......5.5kg 2hours 5/15 mins Fast Spin
E 40* Non-colour fast cotton, linen or viscose.....5.5kg 1hour 40/55 mins Fast spin
F 50* Synthetics, coloured nylon, polyester, acrylic & cotton mixtures, cotton or viscose with special finishes, coloured polyester & cotton mixtures.....3kg 1 hour 5/15 mins Slow Spin
G 40* Acrylics and tri-acetate blends of these fabrics with wool, polyester & wool blends....3kg 40/50 mins Slow Spin
H 40* Wool, shrink resistant machine washable wool, woolen blankets..... 1.5 kg 1 hour 15/25 mins Fast Spin
H...(Wool mixtures with cotton or rayon.....2.5 kg)
J 30* Silk, printed acetate.....3kg 55 mins/1 hour 5mins... Slow Spin
K Quick wash for freshening up lightly soiled items. Warning... not for woolen, silk or delicate items.....1kg 35/45 mins Slow Spin
L Cold wash, cold fill only, no heating action....3kg 55mins/1hour 5 mins Slow Spin
M Rinse and Fast Spin... cotton......5.5kg 55 mins/1hour 5mins...Fast Spin
N Rinse and Slow Spin... Delicates....3kg 30mins Slow Spin
P Fast Spin .... cotton.... 5.5kg 15 mins Fast Spin
Q Slow Spin.... delicates.....3kg 15 mins Slow Spin

Hope this helps

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Spining and fluff problem


You have a bad brake assembly. Sometimes you can turn washer upside down and access the white pad and sand it and the metal stator. Then dump corn starch in there to help release.

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