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washing sheets in LG top load WT7300CV washer

We were washing a set of queen size sheets.  One sheet sat on top with part of it near the center of the washer above the water for the entire eash cycle.  We finaly talked to Joy at LG customer support.

washing sheets in LG top load WT7300CV washer

Posted on 2019-06-30 06:04:56 Washers Vote Up0Vote Down
We were washing a set of queen size sheets.  One sheet sat on top with part of it near the center of the washer above the water for the entire eash cycle.  We finaly talked to Joy at LG customer support. Joy told us that we needed to run only one sheet at a time with no other clothes in the washer.  Also run with zero spin.  Well the sheet did submerge but was completely wet at the end of the cycle.  We then had to run the spin cycle.  So this took about 70 minutes and used a lot of water.  Has anyone else received this information from LG about washing only a single sheet at a time?  Seems like really pathetic performance.  This information is not in any of the manuals and never mentioned in the reviews.  We have had similar issues with some of the other loads part of the laundry load sits on the very top not really in the water and barely wiggles.  Has anyone had a similar experience?

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    RE: washing sheets in LG top load WT7300CV washer

    JamalofLGJamalofLG LG Moderator
    Posted on 2019-08-30 16:12:39 Vote Up0Vote Down
    dhdarling, I would tend to lean more towards improper loading technique or cycle selection on this one. They should only use heavy duty or if it has a bedding cycle, use that. One sheet at a time isn’t going to balance very well which probably contributed to the lengthy spin cycle time as well as excess water using trying to balance the load. I would not recommend what they claim was told to them to be normal practice.

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