I have used 2-3 balls without any satisfaction. I also have dried sheets and towels together and the sheets still roll up tightly. have you any further suggestions?
Always have had problems for the three-plus years we have had these. I have to correct my original input; WE ARE USING A WHIRLPOOL WASHER AND A MAYTAG DRYER. THE WASHER TIES SHEETS INTO KNOTS AND IF WE UNRAVEL THEM AND THEN LOAD THE DRYER, WE GET BEDROLLS 95% OF THE TIME.
We have all original baffles...undamaged...and have not had any repair service because theree are no sounds indicating poor mechanical condition.
I have not yet received communication from other experts, so I assume that this cannot be resolved satisfactorily online.
Thank everyone for trying. I assume that this closes my case.
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Good afternoon, your case is still open. First these are twisting up in the washer before you put the in the dryer ?
It often happens that sheets will twist into knots in the washer. After untying them and loading the washed sheets into the dryer, we often get what look like bedrolls (tightly wound rolls) which are wrinkled of course when the drying cycle ends.
Sorry for the delay in responding today. Tuesday should be better except near mid-day.
It often happens that sheets will twist into knots in the washer or else they wind themselves tightly around the spinner(?).
After untying them and loading the washed sheets into the dryer, we often get what look like bedrolls (tightly wound rolls) which are wrinkled of course when the drying cycle ends.
These are king and California king sized sheets.
Washer is Whirlpool model # XXXXX
This is an autoload model, which makes it difficult to know how much water is actually in use.
Dryer is Maytag model # XXXXX
The upper agitator section can be turned clockwise without causing any rotation of the the bottom section.
However, when the top is turned counter-clockwise, the whole agitator rotates as one piece. (Is this not supposed to happen?)
The sheets are not heavy and not very wet when the washer cycles end. They are normal in that regard.
I normally limit this wash load to the two large sheets and 2-3 pillow cases. We have always needed sheets that fit the very thick mattress, approximately 14-inch deep, as I recall.