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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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Re: slow spin

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

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