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Clothes are still sopping wet when finished

Does anyone know where to get parts for the wd1000 malber....i have never used it as a the dryer only becaue when i got it off of a friend it wasn't working then. So it probably could use a heating element as well as a pump...if that is what the no draining/sopping wet clothes problem is. If anyone has any advise , it would be much appreciated. Nefertiti PS I did find a malber website, which was no help

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  • gmretrey Nov 28, 2007


    • I have the same machine and the problem has been intermittent for seven years. I've discovered that it's an issue of the amount of clothing placed in the drum. The more, the better. Any time I did half a load or less, the spin cycle did not work properly. Fill the machine to 3/4 capacity, minimally, and it should spin dry. When I called Malber, they said it had to do with balancing the clothes.

  • Anonymous Nov 09, 2008

    i have same problem wet clothes when machine finished but also my washing is covered in grey grittty stuff, my machine is a indesit without a filter

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If your clothes are wet after the wash it is quite possible your outlet filter is blocked. Check this out and clean out. This requires periodic cleaning, according to your usage. Refer to your user manual.

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