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I have a Kenmore 70 series washer that won't spin

I have Kenmore washer model # 110.20702990 that won't agitate or spin. I have replaced the coupler based on other posts, but that did not work. I can see the motor is working based on running the washer in spin cycle and seeing the rotating wheel. It will start to slowly spin the tub, but doesn't fully engage. Thanks

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  • matt1211 Dec 30, 2008

    Is there another name for the transmission? I was unable to locate it on the schematics....

  • bwbacon Feb 01, 2009

    I have the same problem...almost. If I use a small screwdriver to kick on the lid switch, then give the basket a clockwise twirl to get it started, it will catch and come up to speed. When I quickly closed the lid the spin will continue. This leads me to believe that a clutch is slipping and by my helping to get it going, it will eventually catch. But oddly, this only occurs after a couple of washes; it's only after a couple of loads will the spin refuse to spin.

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