My washer is about 4 years old, and the washing cycle does not sop. For example, if I start a "regular" wash cycle, then immediately after this cycle completes the washer will begin a "permanent press" wash cycle. Fortunately, the end-of cycle buzzer still works so I can manually stop the washer early into the next cycle.
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you could have a bad temperture sensor bad are water valve but first check an make sure the washer drain alway check your drain hose for clog are lint are trash in pump an last you could have a bad timer if you dont know how to check these call a applince service for repair ok
its a separate cycle all by itself. Say U hand wash something in a sink and instead of wringing it out by hand U can put it in the washer and press this SPIN cycle. So U can also use it to spin more water out of your garments after the regular wash and spin cycle.
Slower spin speeds mean -
Cheaper washing machines
Quieter washing machines
More stable washing machines
Longer lasting washing machines because there's less wear and tear on the bearings, motor, carbon brushes, suspension etc.*
Gentler on laundry
The drum spins for approx 4 or 5 mins. No water is added and you dont add detergent or fabric softener for the spin only option. The object of the exercise is to centrifugally remove excess water from the garments in the drum. They will still be damp but not sopping wet after the spin cycle
I am having the same problem on a WD9900A. The wash cycle works great. Spins fast and clothes are completely rung out. Dryer cycle heats up well. Fluffs and heats cloths. At some point during dry cycle water is injected on clothes and they end up sopping wet; much wetter than after wash. Filter is clear. Outlet pipe clear and functions well. Possible problem with dryer timer? Or washer timing kicking back on?
this is what i just found on the internet... With any washing machine, it is vital to ensure that the load is evenly balanced when using a spin cycle. Redistribute washing by adding or removing items to ensure a more balanced load. ... If the door remains locked and the machine is displaying UE error, please run a drain program.5 Jul 2016
what's the brand name and model number,all washers are different,most likely it's the motor humming or the pump is humming,could have something stuck in pump,if the water doesn't drain the washer won't spin,if you have a shop vac pull the drain hose out of stand pipe or sink,stick the shop vac hose onto the drain hose,get it down as low as you can and suck out the water and then see if it spins,if there's alot of water in the tub suck it out of the tub first then go to the drain hose,if it spins when water is out you know it's the pump but if you say water is still in tub i would have to say it is the pump,
Hard Reset - In some cases the control can be non-functioning or may not accept activation from the control panel. To clear and restart the control follow the these steps:
* Unplug or turn the circuit breaker off for 30 seconds. * Reconnect the unit to the power source by turning the breaker back on or plugging the unit back into the wall outlet. * Press the Pause/Cancel/Stop button twice to clear the "PF" in the display. * Start a short cycle to check the operation of the machine by selecting a cycle and pressing and holding the start button until the machine starts.
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