Make sure the washer is level.there's locking nut for each legs sometimes thy become loose and the unit becomes unlevelled after a while. Level the unit side to side and front to back and relock the nuts by tightning it against the bottom frame. If thats not the problem,run it on spin only with no load and see if it would do the same if it does'nt then your problem could just be improper loading. make sure you have enough load to cover the drum when it spins.Other wise you may have shock/spring problem but very unlikely
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This seems to be a common problem for Bosch WF02862. If the end result is not dry enough for you, you can try running an extra spin cycle. You can also try checking the machine if you can tweak its spin speed. Modern washers such as this model tend to have different spin levels.
Does it sound like the machine is spinning as fast as on longer cycles?Some machines run a slower spin speed on small cycles which can leave clothes wetter than normal. I've got this on mine and all I do is when the wash has finished I change over to the fast spin only program which then takes it to it's highest spin speed.
It sounds as if the wash cycle isn't terminated by pumping the rinse water out and spinning to rid the clothing of most of the water.
Most dryers sense moisture but I think they all will have a maximum run-time to prevent possible fires if the programmer fails to shut them down at the end of the drying cycle.
I would watch the machine and when it started the drying cycle, I would shut it off and check for surplus water that hadn't been pumped out as it should have been.
My Bosch Nexxt Essence front load washer will not drain. I changed the lint filter, and insured that the drainage hose was free of debris. I removed all the wet clothes, wrung out the excess water, and redistributed the clothes. Still, no draining or spinning. Initially there was a humming sound, but now there is no sound at all when I try to restart the drain or spin cycles. All the lights are appropriately "on".