Clothes Still Wet After Washer Spin Cycle is Complete
If the clothes seem too wet after the wash cycle is complete, the following are possible causes:
- A "slow spin" may have been selected. A slow spin will eliminate less water than a fast spin.
- Cold water can make clothes feel more wet. If this is not the case, service may be required.
- Oversudsing from too much detergent may slow down the final spin cycle, causing a suds lock.
- Lower than normal spin speed/wet clothes: this occurs as a result of oversudsing. The use of HE detergent will decrease the chance of suds lock; use HE detergent only and be sure to use the recommended measured amount. Run a drain/spin cycle to remove the excess water in the clothes.
If you would like to schedule a service appointment, please contact GE Appliance Service at 1-800-432-2737 or schedule a service appointment online.