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Hi all,

I have a Beko WMB101433LW that I wash my clothes in using a prog that lasts 1.50 and uses 40 degrees, 800 spin. However, to dry my clothes out properly before putting on the line or tumble dryer, I find that I have to put them on a rinse and spin at 1400 spin to dry them sufficently?


I know I am doing something wrong.....but what else can I do? 1400 spin is the correct speed to dry them?

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Hello there. I think the only wash cycle that does the full speed spin at the end is cottons.  If the wash cycle you are using only spins at 800 then it is likely to be designed for a different type of fabric. Unless you are washing a different type of fabric in which case the wash cycle is probably spinning at the correct speed for that fabric.

Another alternative is if you have got an option button selected that restricts the spin speed for some reason. Check this page out, which shows the likely correct spin speeds for different fabrics on a 1400 rpm washing machine Laundry getting badly creased in washing machine


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