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Inglis washing machine won't spin

Washing machine will not spin. When you put it on spin cycle the timer goes until you can here the motor trip. once the motor resets it will do it again. Rest of cycles seem to work

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Turn the timer indicator to the asterisk * start it up. It should agitate without no water in it. If it don't agitate you have a bad coupling part number 285753 whirlpool. Google it.

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