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Why does the machine not spin the clothes automatically blomberg WNF 9422 AC

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Bad door switch or bad water senser.
On older models it's usually the transmission
coupler.

Posted on Oct 17, 2013

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Error code 1000 on blomberg washer


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My Washing Machine is not spinning all the water out of my clothes.


Front loading washers are notorious for not spinning the water out of a small load of clothes. This is because there is not enough clothes in the washer to balance the tub during the spin cycle.

Try washing a slightly larger load with a minimum of six items or more. This is one of the downsides to front load models and no specific brand is immune to the problem.

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Washing machine not spinning


Hi,
Try these
  1. Test the lid switch
  2. Test the timer control
  3. Test the centrifugal switch
  4. Test the water level switch
  5. Inspect the motor coupler
  6. Inspect the drive belt (belt drive only)
  7. Inspect under the washer for soot (clutch)
  8. Test the motor
  9. Inspect the pulley
  10. Test the transmission
pls rate my suggestion.....

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CLOTHES STILL WET AFTER SPIN CYCLE


Dear dgloss1856, Sun 4-12-2009 1:14PM EST USA

Washers will shut down automatically without completing the spin cycle for two reasons.
1) Too many clothes in the washer at once (overloading with clothes) !
2) Too much soap in the washer when washing!

When this happens you should restart the machine in the spin cycle or if you can't start in spin run a full cycle without adding soap.

If this doesn't solve the problem you may need to clean the timer or control circuits depending on your machine by cleaning with electronic spray cleaner (available at Radio Shack) by spraying the timer or control circuits as instructed on the can of electronic cleaner.

cd1ee64.jpgLet me know if I can be of further assistance!

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