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Kenmore Series 90 won't spin

This machine agitates and drains fine but the tub won't spin.

I have verified that the lid switch is good. I have also replaced the motor coupling.

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AS LONG AS THE MOTOR RUNS, I WOULD CHECK THE CLUTCH RIGHT UNDER THE TUB TO SEE IF OIL HAS LEAKED INTO THE PADS CAUSING IT TO SLIP. IF NO OIL OR EXCESSIVE PAD DUST INDICATING WEAR, IT MAY BE A PROBLEM IN THE TRANSMISSION.

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