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Its possible that the door is not locking properly. If the door doesn't lock the machine will wash, but not spin the clothes dry. If you wait 15mins or so after machine is done, then set cycle to spin, it will pump any water that has dripped off your clothes out, but again it will not spin. Helps a little.
i would consult the technical papers within the lower unit, but i believe if the door latch is not locking, or otherwise broken it will not enter the spin cycle therefore leaving the clothes very damp indeed. best of luck, ttfn
My washer was pausing during the rinse cycle, sometimes leaving the clothes very wet as well. I pulled out the filter underneath the lower panel, it was packed with coins, etc. Has been running fine (draining) ever since. Hope this helps...
remove bottom panel reach up to lock area pull down on small tab to release door if tub has water in it remove pump filter aacess by turning counterclockwise (have towels handy dip out as much water as possible first)
it sounds like a clogged filter
Please remove the filter on the side of the machine or the front.
Make sure you have towels handy.
Clear the filter out. If your pump cant empty the machine out you will get these problems
Make sure waterline is not obstructed
It sound like a lid switch issue.
If the lid switch is defective, your washer can't spin and may not function at all. The switch is inside the washing machine main housing near the door frame. Often you have to raise or open the top or front of the washer to get to the switch.
Look that the switch is not broken or loose.
If all is fine, you should replace the switch.