Why does the spin cycle take so long?
All washers spin as fast as they can at the end of the cycle. This is done to extract excess water from your wet clothes. So if the load sense is activated again and your laundry is still sopping wet, the spin cycle gets extended. Thus, your ten minutes to go turns into twenty minutes to go.
What is a full spin cycle?
The spin cycle works to extract moisture from your clothes at the end of the wash cycle. The higher the ‘RPM’ the drier the clothes are, reducing additional drying time in either the tumble dryer or by hanging outside.
How long is a rinse and spin cycle?
In most instances, you will need to give your laundry the full treatment, but sometimes all you need is a quick rinse (the cycle generally lasts about 45 minutes depending upon load size)!