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Won't spin out on normal wash cycle

My front load washer won't complete the whole cycle. only the majority of the water drains out and i does not spin out unless you move dial to rince and spin. Any solutions?

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  • dorcaslb Mar 27, 2008

    Had a repairman in - twice. Ran a load on hot water with bleach. Tried all the different settings. Tried washing loads with only like fabrics (i.e. only towels). I have to end every load (which now takes an hour) by switching to the final spin setting. It does the fast spin there no problem. Frigidaire customer support is not very supportive. They really do have a problem with this machine but they don't seem willing to admit it or deal with it.

  • kierapeters Mar 29, 2008

    Same problem, except my washer wil stop and show error code "E20". Only way to stop 2hr washing is to place on "spin only" and then cycle will end asfter about 30 minutes. Any help would be much appreciated:)

  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    I have to individually change my setting from wash to rinse and then to spin. When the spin is complete my clothes still don't feel as dry as they use too.

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I think I figured this one out. I think it means that the washer is not able to drain, therefore it won't spin either. Underneath the washer is a series of outlet hoses and within one of them is a filter. When I finally found the filter it was clogged up with lint, fibers from a pillow and coins. You have to dig the filter out and then clean the filter and rehook up the hoses, this was relatively simple even for me. The washer works perfectly now.

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