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MY ADMIRAL WASHER WONT SPIN FAST ENOUGH..IT DOES SPIN BUT WHEN IT STOPS THE CLOTHES ARE STILL DRIPPING WET

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  • jonegunzs May 20, 2009

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  • Sue Anne Hinojos May 23, 2009

    My admiral washer won't spin all the water out of the clothes. They still stay dripping wet also, My tub spins freely when removing clothes from the washer

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Sounds like a whirlpool or inglis type belt drive with a loose belt or bad basketdrive[clutch].
Could be the set screw backed out on the basket, thats a pretty common problem.
I'd need a model number to know who made it though.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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