Question about Washing Machines
Spin cycle seems to not be working as clothes are dripping wet after a cycle completes.
Are the clothes very very wet ? is the machine emptying properly? you could check that the pump isn't blocked or partially jambed I'd start at the pump first, barring that it could be the main program controler
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first off check to make sure its spinning at all. although the waters draining is it really spinning? are the clothes stuck to the side walls as if they had??if so i would tip machine back and look on floor and around the inside of cabinet approx 12 in. from ground level looking for oil,( transmission oil) . if present youll need a new transmission and clutch assy
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
SOURCE: dripping wet clothes
will be an UNBalanced load, maybe there was not enough clothes in the load so in that case the drum would not be able to distribute the load evenly so gave up on the spin, hence wet stuff!
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
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