Question about Washing Machines
I am confused.........the water is removed during spin cycle but clothers remain damp due to spin speed. The drum does spin during the last spin cycle but why would the agitator operate simultaneously during a spin setting?
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I believe the dampness is due to slow spin speed as you also have concluded. And I suspect that partial winding of the motor is the culprit. Hence, replacement is in order.
As to your concern why the agitator also operate during the spin setting, it could possibly be stuck or locked agitator dogs. Agitator dogs function is better explained here by another FixYa member, jsrock516.
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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