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The tub never starts to spin when it hits spin cycle.

Ok I now know there is not a belt to cause the tub to spin during the spin cycle. My tub doesn't spin the clothes out on the spin cycle. The clothes remain still. It doesn't matter if the door is open or shut the tub doesn't move. When the door is shut you can hear the pump pumping out the water so it can not be the door switch not being recognized right?? Is it gonna be the thrush bearing ??? Someone said it was a pin or a clip but how do I get to it? Thanks!!

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Re: The tub never starts to spin when it hits spin cycle.

If your washer functions when the door is shut it cannot be a door problem. The likely thing here is you may have a drain problem....your drain oulet filter (or out pump) could be blocked. This requires cleaning; when the washer goes thru all the functions except spin it is most likely your drain is clogged. Aft u have cleaned the filter & pump check by a small spin. Before you attempt, wall socket off & keep bucket handy to collect water.

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