I just bought a GLWN5250D1WW from Menard's, yesterday. The cycle indicator lights do not function properly, nor does it go to spin.
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about Adora 3.9 cu. ft. DOE Top Load Washer in White, ENERGY STAR on
July 6, 2013
Issue # 1:
The cycle indicator lights along the top of the panel, ALL light when I choose a wash cycle type. The minute I hit start, they ALL go out, and do not light to indicate which portion of the cycle the washer is in. When I go to the laundry room when the machine is 'done', the start light is blinking and NO cycle indicator lights are lit. Does the start light ever go out? Is it normal that the start light is blinking when the cycle is 'done'?
It also does NOT spin, and if it does, it does NOT spin ALL the water out of the clothes. I ALWAYS have to choose the DRAIN & SPIN option to get all the water out, before i can even think about drying the clothes.
I lift the lid, and the clothes are still wet on the bottom of the drum. I would expect that if it spins on its own (and i just don't hear it) the clothes would be a LOT less wet than they are when i open the lid. There is no WAY i'd put them in my dryer in that condition. The ONLY way to get them spun is to choose the DRAIN/SPIN cycle, and stand there until it stops. I know the cycle is finishing, because I started a load and went to bed last night, and when i went to get them out this morning , they were still very wet, as if they didn't spin at all. Again, DRAIN/SPIN and stand there until it's done to put them in the dryer.
I did not spend $500 for a machine I have to 'baby-sit', and at my age, I sure don't expect to have to walk up & down stairs 2 times during a cycle. 1 to start, 1 to drain/spin and stand there until it ends, so I can put them in the dryer
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