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I have the Whirlpool Gold Series. On the low or gentle selection it still spins my clothes so hard they are wrapped around each other and stuck to the sides of the tub. My knit shirts come out so wrinkled that no matter what I do, line dry them or use the dryer, they never smooth out. It seems like the spin cycle for knits is just about the same as it is for heavy clothes and towels.

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Spin speed is the same just doesnt run as long on delicates cycle

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