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Washer not fully draining, even with extra drain/spin cycle...

Ive only had this for 6 months and now if I have a light load (a bath rug, and another time it was a single sweater) it doesnt fully spin the water out, and Im having to wring it out by hand... WHAT A PAIN IN THE BUTT for paying what I did for it... grrrr

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Hi easterbunch;
Im sorry to have to tell you but that is one of the inherant faults of the duet line of machines. It is a safety guard that the machine sences as a unevenly distributed load, and prevents the unit from spinning up to full rpm's The next time you need to do a small load throw a bath towel or two in with it and you wonrt have any problems with it spinning up to full speed.
Hope this helps :-)

Posted on Feb 02, 2008

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