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Slow spin I have a whirlpool GHW9150 waser. the spin speed does not chage in any cycl. Th drum only spins slowlyni omatter what speed is selected) or no spin (if no spin is selected)

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Open the unit. check all motor windings for continuity. motor may have more than one winding for multiple speed

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Many high-end washers have two spin cycle speeds. The low speed is for delicate fabrics. Yours may be stuck in the low speed. Check that you are selecting the wash cycle with the high speed spin.

If you are and it continues to spin at the low speed then your controller is most likely at fault. Your gearbox could be bad too but it usually complains with a lot of noise.

If this helps you, please select YES to one of the first two ratings questions. Thank you, and Good Luck.

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Turn the drum by hand and if you hear any noises it is the rear bearing. If there is no noise then remove the front bottom panel and take out the coin trap on the pump and check those hoses.
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