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The washing cycle keeps spinning for hours.

The washing cycles (seems to be most of them) just keep spinning for hours with soap in and don't end. Have had to manually put it onto the fast spin cycle to finish it off.

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  • lizmuthiah Jul 31, 2009

    It only does it on the wash. I put a cycle on last night before I went to bed and it was still spinning (could see the foam in the drum) this morning when I woke up. The dryer is working fine.

  • craig thorne May 11, 2010

    need more info does it do this on the wash as well

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