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suampman

GE washer Mod.GTWN4000MOWS

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I worked on this washer about a week ago. The customer complained about clothes being to wet when cycle was finished. I ran through a cycle with and without clothes and both times the washer shifted from low spin to high spin as it should. Clothes came out good for me. Could overloading the washer cause this? This is an Adult Foster Care facility and I suspect the staff is trying to do to much laundry at once. Or should I be looking for something more sinister, like an on the edge actuator or the board that controls the motor. Any help will be appreciated.

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Make sure they are using a H.E soap and more then likely they are overloading.

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I have a couple of them too and they let them do there own laundry and just put in too much stuff and soap.

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Thanks Bigbuck, I will talk to the owner and have him talk to the staff and see if that helps.

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