Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
On our Whirlpool LSQ9500LQ0 we've noticed that often times the clothes are still soaking wet when the complete washing cycle has finished.
Of course when I sit there and watch to observe what's occuring, raising the lid but keeping the lid switch down, it runs fine and the clothes come out ready for the dryer.
Still trying to ''catch'' a situation live where the clothes come out soaking, but in the meantime I'm wondering if anyone can share some guidance from experience or expertise.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
looks like you washer is not spinning your clothes out and maybe not agitate them either. Start your machine normaly on heavy load, watch it and check if it fill and moves back then drains and goes into a spin.. if water is still in the machine then you may have something stuck in the drain. If it fulls and drains then you may have a motor or control problem. If its still under warranty you will need to call authorized repair service or authorized frigidaire service. if not under warranty and you want to repair it yourself let us know and we can help.
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
The heavy jacket prevented the washer from spinning at a rapid pace, so I added a heavy bathrobe to absorb some of the water and to balance the load. The washer then spun very quickly and drained out all the water.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
But is the washer empty, if there is still some water in it, there could be something in the drain line,
if all the water is gone, then it sounds like the washer is not reaching the full speed of the spin cycle.
Unless someone can remove the drain line and check the pump, and check the clutch of the machine,
I am sorry to say you should call an appliance person and have them make a service call.
If you where to post the model # of the washer, someone could look at the manual of it and see
how the washer works and what the pump is. I hope it is a simple fix for you.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
I had that problem at one time with my old washer and what it ended up
being was the Washer Dog Agitators were broken and causing the it to
slip and not spin correctly. I would try checking the Dog Agitators.
Here's A picture of a typical top-load washer breakdown to show you where they are located --->Here<---
I hope this helps. If that is the problem I bought mine at Sears for about $8, normally in stock item.
Let me know if there is anything else I can do.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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