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Washer will not spin

Wash cycle works and water is drained out of machine but when it begins spin cycle it starts to spin and then makes grinding noise

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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    roper sm8280871 my washer will not spin

  • wareitz Jan 02, 2009

    The washer is made by Crosley & the model # is 8500 W. I hope this helps. Thank You!

  • Kris Seymour May 11, 2010

    Could you give me the model number and model then i could be able to help you further..

    Thanks.............

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