Find out the top causes of a washing machine leaving laundry too wet.
Does your washing machine leave your clothes soaking wet? If you’re pulling out soggy loads of laundry that take more than one dryer cycle to actually dry, there could be something wrong with your machine.
There are four things you can check very easily that just might alleviate the problem. Watch our video to see if you’re doing any of these things that can lead to your washer leaving your clothes too wet.
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Washing Machine Leaving Clothes Too Wet? 4 Tips
- Check the cycle used. If possible, switch to a higher-speed spin cycle.
- Make sure the drain hose isn’t kinked or restricted.
- Check the size of the load. An overloaded or underloaded washer can become unbalanced and spin at a reduced speed. Add, remove or redistribute items and start a drain and spin cycle.
- Don’t use an extension cord. Extension cords can cause overheating and machine shutdowns.