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Beko Wm95135Lb Won't Fast Spin On Spin And Drain Cycle!


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My beko wm95135lb is 14 months old. For some reason, once it gets to the spin and drain cycle, it spins for about 2 mins, then the timer resets itself by 2 mins, and it repeats the process. The clothes are coming out soaked (but not wet enough that they can be wrung out)

Any ideas? There's no issue with drainage because during the was cycle the water drains fine. No idea what it could be! HELP!

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When you say it spins for 2 minutes do you mean spins, or do you just mean it revolves slowly? Reply depends on this clarification.

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Hello, before a full spin there is a distribution period where the drum should revolve slowly for a couple of minutes trying to settle the load into a nice balanced load. If it does this first but then instead of kicking into a big spin just clicks and turns off then a blocked pump, or blocked or faulty pressure system could be the cause. There are other causes too.


This is the article you need to read carefully to get a better idea. If it doesn't help the best thing is to get an engineer - won't do the fast spinHello, before a full spin there is a distribution period where the drum should revolve slowly for a couple of minutes trying to settle the load into a nice balanced load. If it does this first but then instead of kicking into a big spin just clicks and turns off then a blocked pump, or blocked or faulty pressure system could be the cause. There are other causes too.


This is the article you need to read carefully to get a better idea. If it doesn't help the best thing is to get an engineer - won't do the fast spin

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