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Model #431423 front load washer will only spin on one cycle

This washer is only spinning on the delicate cycle and not the normal or power wash cycle

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If it has a Mallory/Sole motor speed control module located on the bottom right rear area of the cabinet, chances are THIS is the problem. They never completely quit working, just certain functions end up not working anymore---like yours. Various suppliers exist for this part ranging from $90-$150. Surf the net to find the best deal. Use your Sears model number on the search. I got mine for $82. Sears wanted $144.

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