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With my hotpoint washing machine the clothes are soaking wet at the end of the cycle, don't know if its not spinning properly or what?

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Hotpoint machines are renowned for needing carbon brushes to be replaced in the motor they usually last between 12 months to 2 years depending on the amount of use the machine has.i would check these first as they are a common cause of hotpoints not spinning, if they are ok then check the pump and sump hoses for blockages (not emptying water out)

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