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Are Your Clothes Still Wet After A Spin Cycle? Here’s Why

While it’s normal for your clothes to be damp after a spin cycle, you’ll want to inspect the different parts of your washing machine if your clothes are coming out soaked.

Why Are My Clothes Soaked After Washing?

If your clothes are wet after a spin cycle, it’s likely your washer isn’t draining properly. If that’s the case, it’s time to troubleshoot any potential drain issues with your unit to get your laundry loads back on track.

Potential issues

  • clothes in wash tub still dripping
  • washer shutting down during the spin cycle

Your washing machine's spin cycle is designed to wring water out of clothes before you dry them. As the drum spins, the water is pushed out and into a drain. However, if the drain isn't working correctly, the water will have nowhere to go. Your clothes will come out damp or dripping, which will make drying more difficult and time consuming.


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