Clothes Still Wet After Spin Cycle? Here’s What to Do

Opening the washer to find the clothes are still wet after the spin cycle can come as a shock. Why are the clothes still wet? Well, this issue is either caused by the load not being able to spin fast enough or water not being able to drain, so it ends up back in the tub resoaking the clothes. If …

Maytag Washer Error Code Solutions

Is your Maytag washer showing error codes? Then this guide is for you. Here are the most common error codes and how you can make them disappear so that you can get your washer working again. Error Code: LOC or LC What it Means: The control lock in the washer has been activated. How to Fix it: You can fix …

4 Reason Your Washer Leaves Clothing Wet After Washing

Well, of course, all your clothes should be wet after washing. However, there is a difference between damp and sopping wet after a wash. If your clothes are still dripping after a wash in your washer, here are 4 reasons why. Using an Extension Cord This is an innocent one. If the cord didn’t reach the outlet, you may have …

How to Get Rid of Extra Suds in a Washing Machine

If you have extra suds from a wash cycle in your washing machine, the good news is that they are pretty easy to remove. The bad news is that extra suds aren’t supposed to be there in the first place. Washing machines are designed to use detergent very efficiently, while it does create some suds to wash your laundry, those …

How to Remove the Agitator on Your Top Load Washer

Unlike the front load model of washer that uses motion and gravity to agitate your clothing, top load washers enlist the aid of an extra part – the agitator arm. This is a simple piece that sits in the center. It moves with a motor or pulley and its fins encouraging the clothing and water to move, thus creating the …

Why Your Washer Spins But Will Not Agitate

Your washer seems to work as normal. It fills, it drains, it wrings the water out with a spin cycle, but when it comes time to do the actual washing with agitation, there is none. The agitation is what actually washes your clothing. It facilitates natural rubbing that removes soil from the fibers of your laundry. While soaking and rinsing …

How to Solve a Walking Washer

Has your washer hit the spin cycle and started vibrating itself out of its alcove? This is an annoying issue not only because you have to scoot your washer back, but because it is also a very noisy occurrence as well. Lucky for you, as far as washer problems go, this issue is easily fixed. In most cases, it requires …

How to Level Out Your Washing Machine

Having a level appliance doesn’t seem so important when there are much larger issues that can manifest. However, if you let any appliance fall out of level, it can be responsible for manifesting these greater issues. If you have a washer that is tilting, you need to worry about it even if you don’t have a dryer to stack on …

What is Causing a Washer to Overfill?

Over years of use, you get pretty familiar with how full your top load washer gets with water. This makes it pretty obvious when it is overfilling. Furthermore, if there is water spilling out over the top, that is a pretty obvious sign too. Of course, a washer overfilling is a very dramatic situation, but it is usually one your …

Where to Find the Model Number on Your Whirlpool Appliance

The model number of your appliance is often the unexpected key to a successful appliance repair. Not only can you use a model number to look up how to repair specific problems with your specific appliance, but you will need that model number to buy the right replacement part to do the actual repair. However, where to find the model …