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Why are my clothes too wet after the spin cycle?
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This may be due to an incorrect setting, cold water rinse, a kinked or clogged drain hose, too small or large of a load, a clogged pump, or the load may be out of balance. If there is water left in the tub, there may be something blocking the drain. Also, the washer will not get up to its top speed if the load is unbalanced or overloaded. This will prevent centrifugal force from spinning excess water out of the clothes.
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