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The spinning cycle gets rid of all the water but the clothing are still extremely damp. What's part do I need to buy to fix it?

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I here this complaint often and I find transmission slippage to be often the problem. It needs to get into the "high speed" spin. Tilt the machine against the wall, while holding the inner basket stationary with one hand, rotate the pulley counter clockwise and see if you have slippage. If you do, repeat the same procedure again without holding the basket and look to see if the brake is disengaging. If the brake is not disengaging then replace the thrust bearing assembly. If it is disengaging, then your likely cause is the tranny. Hope this helps,
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Western Appliance Repair of Meridian
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