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WASHER WON'T SPIN OR AGITATE

Everything runs except the agitation and spin cycle. The water fills and drains. the cycle/timer runs normal except the agitation and spin cycle. When it's time to spin I hear a noise, but nothing is turning. I took the front panel off to watch it, but I saw nothing moving.

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  • tonyal70 Oct 04, 2008

    This problem showed signs earlier when I had to reset the setting to spin when we found the clothes really damp. It did the spin, but, as I mentioned, I had to reset the setting on a spin cycle.

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    john gagnon May 11, 2010

    HI. COULD YOU LET ME KNOW THE MAKE, THAT WE ARE TOKING ABOUT

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Fisher and Paykel pride 5.5. It is about 11 yrs old

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Hi sorry i, not familiar with that make

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