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No user-servicable fuse that I'm aware of -- I sell Kenmore appliances. If it won't spin out water, it's probably a bad pump. Does the motor run? Can you manually advance the timer? If so, you may have a bad timer.
This is usually caused by the lid safety switch. When the switch malfunctions, The washer believes the lid is open and the washer will not spin or empty. The switch is intended to prevent injury during the spin cycle. The timer could be bad but it is usually the switch..
first be sure you are getting a good flow of cold as far as the washer connection..if so ck inside washer connection for a small wire screen be sure it's not plugged if so clean and flish line to remove anything inside hose ..be sure to put screen back in ..if still no cold suspect bad cold section of valve..replace valve..last remote possibility temp switch is bad