After washing our cloths in the cabrio washer they are almost always twisted up in knots. We try and skake out all the wrinkles before putting them in dryer but after drying they still have most of the wrinkles. we were wondering if it was the way the agitator worked the washer.
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I have sold this washer to several customers as well as the Maytag Brovo, this is a characteristic of the machine. Several people have told me that if the wash a very large load that its sometimes not as bad. Good luck.
Just purchased a Cabrio washer/dryer.....biggest mistake I have made in a long time. The clothes come out so wrinkled that you cannot get the wrinkles out wihtout ironing EVERYTHING. These machines are going back ASAP!!!!! I don't care if they are rated #2...they are horrible!
Try not to wash large items with small items the large items like sheet will twist around the small item. causeing twisting and wrinkling. Also If you are overloading the clothes or underloading the clothes they will come out wrinkled. I would try to do some testing wash a load of only towels then wash a load of only t-shirts and other light weight items that you may have. Then do just a load of your jeans. What happens? Please let me know
grabbed this of an official whirlpool web site: Clothing in the washer can become tangled and twisted or balled up.
Under certain conditions, a combination of the wash load, the cycle selected and the subsequent load movement can cause
the load to become tangled or twisted.
The wash impeller has been redesigned to make the wash load less likely to tangle under the conditions mentioned above.
Replace the wash impeller with part #W10141017.
willing to bet your serial number is before this number here. easy enough part to switch if its no longer under warr
SERIAL CODE RANGE: Prior to CU39
Remove & destroy
dated September 2007
I have the same problem with clothes being very wrinkled and clumped together after a full cycle. I believe it is not because of the spin cycle, but because the washer using very little water to wash the clothes, so they bunch up easily and are not free flowing. NOW, I try to use the cycle that uses the "Deep Clean" action or I activate it manually with all other cycles. It adds more water to the cycles and the clothes come out wrinkled, but not as much. Try it.