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if it is a top loader then try repositioning the lid micro switch as it is also the balance micro switch and in moving the machine the bowel probably fell sideways and the lever got on the wrong side of the micro switch
with the machine unpluged and freestanding from the wall.at the back of the top panel you will find two screws remove and slide the top off,you see a large cement block get an old duvou/heavy blanket and wrap it inside over the block and top of machine,keeping the drum and block as tight as possiable.dont forget to remove after moving.adrianxxx
hello it sounds like the agitator dogs are bad part # 80040 pop thecenter cap off there is a center bolt holding it down the dogs are inside the agitator these should fix your problem if its the top half not moving. if the bottom isnt moving look at the under side of it when you take it oss see if it is damaged. if its not damaged and the bottom half dont move on agitate it could be the trans. please dont forget to rate my answer thank you.
This is a problem with the pump being stuck so the motor cant turn the whole thing. Turn the washer on its side, underneath you can acces the pump, which is connected to the motor by two long clips. remove the pump and take out the colg that caused it to get stuck.
moving it on side might empty gearcase oil, any yellowish oil drippin gout of anywhere? hard to tell about hte metal movig around, its quite normal for machines to move around quite a bit on the inside