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check to make sure the belt hasn't come off. if it's direct drive make sure the shaft is working and moving freely. if all of these check out the motor that turns everything my be stuck, frozen up or just bad all together.
if that arm is white and inside your clutch assy,that is the brake release arm that releases the brake to allow the basket to spin. it has 2 little fingers on it that lineup on the brake release cam, also check the bottom of yuor basket drive tube see if it has worn down or if the clip is there that holds that arm in place
when empty and off, open the lid and see if you can rotate the inner wash basket by hand. if you can easily, then the clutch is worn. This will prevent the basket from going into a high spin and wringing the clothes out. Replace the clutch by removing the top control panel, removing the clips that hold the cabinet, pull cabinet off, remove drain pump clips and pump, remove motor clips and motor, remove transmission (3 bolts). Now you will have access to the clutch, replace as needed, reverse dissasembly to complete. remember to unplug.
Try cleaning out the exit filter which is usually under a swinging flap
at the front of the machine. If it isn't there it will be somewhere
easily accessible. This should be cleaned every 2 weeks. Also the
outlet hose could be blocked with a build up of debris and soap that
gets stuck over a period of time.