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Hmmn, well, that's what I was trying to do. The rinkydink dial isn't as easy to read as regular-sized washers and doesn't have easily distinguished places where it rinses, drains, etc. It has main settings like Permanent Press, Heavily Soiled, etc. So I moved it around about 15 times before the different OFF positions, of which there where quite a few, thinking I would get at least one drain/spin somewhere toward the end of one of those cycles. But nowhere could I get it to drain or spin, and it seemed like it only agitated in that one place for heavily soiled.