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Clothes are still heavy with water after the spin cycle.

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Make sure that the washer is running at the desired spin RPM. if not check for failure of the belt, fault in the brake pad holding on to reduce the spin or a failure of the motor or the motor capacitor.
Only a good spin RPM will ensure that the clothes are dry with the high speed motion.
SO check this out with a good inspection of the spindle and motor drive.
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