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MLG19PD not spinning cloths dry

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Going out to look at this one tomorrow.  Customer complained about soggy cloths (this is at a camp-ground) after cycle completes.  I was out on another product earlier and noticed it was only set for a 2 minute spin and the max-extract option was not set.  I set those thinking it fixed the issue.

 

These sat in storage for 10 years, and were just recently put into use.  When I ran a cycle before, there is no water sitting in the tub - it seems to be draining ok. 

 

Guess I will take some towels there and do a load to see what happens.  Any other thoughts would be helpful!

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There are so many things it could be, door lock assembly, tub displacement switches, motor control board, machine control board, the belt could have fell off.  

 

We need a complete model number with the first two digits of the serial number to find your parts.

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Yep. And there is a bulletin out there you should read too.

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So I'm out here and after a while I found the spinning issue.  The NC lower weight unbalance switches were slammed shut.  a little bend of the metal, and bam! spin mode works.  However, I am guessing there was some damage in moving these puppies, since the spin mode creates an awful racket and the machine walks itself back into the wall. 

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Did you check the shocks, the springs and the counterweights supporting the outer tub to see if anything got damaged in transport?

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