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WASHER NO SPIN

After it agitates, and the water drains out, when the timer advances to spin cycle, the timer advances, but no spin. I checked the tubs, no obstructions, coupling between the motor and drive unit is perfect. The wires and capacitor are OK.. Now if i list the lid, and then turn the tub manually, close the lid, it now spins. No matter how many times I raise and lower the lid, till the spin cycle is done. Restart the washer in the spin cycle and it still spins. BUT start the washer from the beginning, let it agitate, etc., when it comes to the spin cycle, no spin. Unless I turn it by hand again.

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Following your description the problem is with the lid switch. Get an access to it and find out whether something prevents his smooth movment,its has a loose wire connection or the switch is malfunction and should be replaced. Good luck!

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you can check the direct drive coupling between the motor and the transmission, if the coupling is good and not broken then you have a transmission problem

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SOURCE: The washer will not agitate or spin. It does drain the water

Hi, this can be two issues here. Number one would be a busted belt. The next issue would be a drive assembly failure. this consist of the clutch and gear case(transmission) assembly. I would check these areas out. you will find the problem here.

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SOURCE: Whirlpool direct drive washer. Problem: water

hello,

what this function mean is that there is a blockage on the water flow out from the pipe .

what you will have to do to fix up this problem with any replacement of part first of all put off the power supply connected to the washer then bale out the water in the drum then trace the pipe to the drain remove all forms of dirty blocking the pipe (water drainage) with this the problem of undrain water will have been solve.

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