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The unit will wash, but will not spin in any cycle

The washer would not spin after wash. It also had a burn smell to it as if something was slipping.

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  • Bill Balint May 14, 2007

    The problem was the coupling between the transmission and motor. Thanks !

  • Annette Paulson Nov 18, 2012

    I am having the same problem. Could this also happen if a belt needs to be replaced?

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Faulty drain pump no drain no spin

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