Why is my Whirlpool washer not spinning clothes dry?

Check The Coin Trap or Drain Filter (Common Issue) Your Whirlpool machine has what’s called a coin trap or drain filter. When this becomes blocked your washing machine will not spin your clothes dry. This part is located near the pump and works as a filter to trap any foreign object that gets into the drain.

How do you fix the spin cycle on a Whirlpool washing machine?

If your Whirlpool washer Not Spinning well, you need to check the pump. It could be clogged with debris or defective and needs to be replaced. To check the pump, disconnect the drain line and remove the back panel of your machine. Check for debris with a flashlight, or check with a special tool.

Why is my washing machine not doing spin cycle?

Normally, your washing machine won’t go into a spin cycle until it’s been drained. The drainage hose may become clogged with debris from your clothing, or it could be kinked. If the hose is kinked or crushed, it will likely need to be replaced.

Why are my clothes still wet after drying?

A good airflow is the key for a dryer to work properly. If your clothes are still wet after a drying cycle it could mean that the Air Vent is clogged. To fix this problem, you will have to unplug the dryer and disconnect it from the vent. Once everything is disconnected, it’s time to vacuum the vent.

Why does my Whirlpool washer not spin all the water out?

If your washer will not spin out all water and clothes are still wet, the drain pump might be clogged with debris or possibly faulty. There could be a foreign object that is stuck in the pump and inside the drain hose. Check these areas and remove anything that may be clogging the draining system on your washer.

How do you fix a washer dryer that will not spin?

Unplug the dryer and check the thermal fuse for continuity. Replace the thermal fuse if the multimeter measures no continuity. Check the exhaust vent because a clog in the vent likely caused the thermal fuse to blow. For dryers with a dial timer, a broken push-to-start switch can prevent the motor from running.

Why is my dryer getting hot but not drying the clothes?

If your clothes dryer feels really hot, but your clothes take forever to dry, the vent may be clogged. A clogged vent traps the excess hot air inside the dryer’s drum, but the low circulation of air keeps clothes from getting dry. Make sure you’re always cleaning off the lint screen before you run the dryer.

Why is my washing not drying?

Additionally, make sure you are not overloading the appliance. Washer dryers have different washing and drying capacities. To allow the perfect amount of air to circulate, more space is needed in the drum during the drying cycle. If the machine is overloaded during the drying cycle, your clothes won’t dry properly.

Why is my dryer getting hot but not spinning?

One of the most common reasons your dryer won’t spin is because the drive belt is broken. To find out if this is the problem, open the dryer door, reach in, and attempt to turn the big circular tumbler—the drum—by hand. If it turns too easily, the belt has probably snapped and needs to be replaced.