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Washer not spinning right and not completing a cycle

Hi there the washer completes the cyle but leaves the clothes soaking wet. when you put the machine on a spin cycle it'll spin slowly both ways for approx 3-4 minuties and then both start and super wash lights flash together. I've had the rear panel off of the washer to make sure theres no blocked pipes and i cant see any and the belts looked fine? Can anyone please help?

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Re: Washer not spinning right and not completing a cycle

Sounds like you need to replace the carbon brushes on your washing machine motor

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