My wd 1000 is skipping the final spin cycle (4). It also seems to be going through the other cycles at much slower rate - taking longer to get to the end. when it does finally stop, there is still water in the tub. When I reset it to the spin cycle #4, it then goes through that cycle, spinning no problem. Please help.
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Re: no final spin
I haven't experienced that problem, but is it possible that the machine becomes unbalanced with the spinning load and then aborts the spin, so it doesn't finish? Has the machine been properly leveled during installation?
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In general RPM is rotations per minute. This is usually a rating of the washer spin cycle; usually less water is left in the clothing after a faster spin cycle. The washer tub will rotate during the other cycles but that will often be much slower than the spin cycle.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (some front-loading High efficiency washers go up to 1200 RPM; top loaders only spin at half that rate usually.)
The unit is designed to only operate properly with a hot and cold faucet connection. The exception is if it has a cold wash cycle and you are operating it on such. (that model should not) Also, once you set the cycle, you should not manually interrupt the cycle to change to the desired portion of the cycle. Front load wash units take longer to run due to the usage of less water. They also need high efficiency detergents to operate properly and cannot be overfilled with detergent.
Your description of a soap lather sounds like you are using the wrong detergent and in the wrong quantity. HE only.
if it has a belt, it may be slipping, but you would smell a bit of burning rubber.in high use times(4 to 8 pm), the current of electric supply is low, thus less power. third, motor may need to be replaced. plz rate-bozcro
we can eliminate the motor and the switch since that part is working. sound like your timer might be faulty, timer make everything work in persistence cycles, if its goes bad sometime it tend to jump/skip cycles.