Crosley Washer Spinning Too Slow !!

Crosley Washer Spinning Too Slow !!

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    Default Crosley Washer Spinning Too Slow !!

    Crosley (Whirlpool) Washer (9 years old) model CSWS16445WQ0, fills, agitates, discharges water & does spin but not fast enough to completely wring out the clothes. I have replaced the entire clutch assembly, motor coupler & replaced the dog agits. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thank You
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    Hi,

    Any water left inside at the end of the cycle?
    Drains all the water out ok?
    What happens if you set the timer to spin...will it spin ok or still slow?

    I have replaced the entire clutch assembly, motor coupler & replaced the dog agits.
    Agitator dogs will not effect the spin, motor coupler will not make a slow spin but it could stop the spin completely.
    The clutch can/could slow down the spinning.

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    Not sure what kind of clutch this model has, but I have had cases where the clutch pads AND housing had to be changed on Whirlpool built direct drives.

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    Should be this style Rick...

    Crosley Washer Spinning Too Slow !!-whirlpool-clutch-assembly-285785-ap3094537_01_m-jpg Crosley Washer Spinning Too Slow !!-whirlpool-clutch-assembly-285785-ap3094537_02_m-jpg LINK> Clutch Assembly

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    With such symptoms, it's often the cluch but there are other things to look for :

    If the washer has a 2 speed or 3 speed motor, is everything set for spinning on the highest speed setting?

    Is the drain hose kinked or clogged? If washer needs more than 2 minutes to pump out water, it'll likely reduce the real length of the spin cycle.

    Could the drive block be damaged or spanner nut not tight enough? That's where the tub and spin tube are attached and I've seen cases where some slip was allowed there.

    Check for any small piece of clothing that could be stuck under or around the tub, increasing drag during spin.

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    All good suggestions...but without more info on certain points from the OP, all or none of these could be our trouble maker.

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