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Roper Model RAS6233KQ Spin Cycle doesn't get the water out

I smell a loose belt and the spin cycle doesn't get the water out of the clothes.
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Its sounds like the pump has frozen, If your smelling the belt burning its either that, the tranny binding, Or the tensioner has a defect (very unlikely). If its washing, agitating and spinning okay its the pump. Get ya a new belt while your at it!

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