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I don't know these front loaders so well but, here's a couple of things to look for.
1) If belt driven, look for the spring loaded tensioner. Once tension is released, check the pully & see if it has excessive play.
2) Check the gasket on front panel & see if drum has rubbed thru it in order to make metal to metal contact.
3) There is alot of pressure on that rear bearing...make sure it's not egg shaped or scored on the inside.
If all else fails, shotgun it (in other words, replace those moving parts you suspect:)
Sounds like the main bearing on the back of the drum assembly has gone and needs replacing, the drum has moved out of alignment or the electric motor has burnt out. Best to have a Maytag repair tech or someone who is qualified to look at it.
You will need to change the machine control board and door lock wax motor. MAH3000AWW PART # 'S 22002988 AND 12002535 MAH4000AWW PART# 'S 22002989 AND 12002535 If yo look at your control board in the control panel you will find R11 burned.
Thank you for using FixYa. Does the drum of your machine appear to move freely when turned by hand? If it does with no resistance, I would say that the drive belt has either come off the motor or it has perhaps been placed under a strain with a "heavy" wet load and and snapped. The drive belt can be accessed through the panel on the rear of the machine. If the belt has simply come off, run the belt round the small pully wheel on the motor and then work it onto the large wheel on the back of rhe drum. Turning the large wheel on the back of the drum in a clockwise direction whilst guiding the belt on will make matters easier.
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Test the lid switch Test the timer control Test the centrifugal switch Test the water level switch Inspect the motor coupler Inspect the drive belt(belt drive only) Inspect under the washer for soot (clutch) Test the motor Inspect the pulley Test the transmission
Check this parts this are the some cause to not spinning.
my front load washer is leaving water after done spin cycle can still ring water out of clothing....water is draining from hose and is spinning somewhat strange...like its not going through rinse properly sorta like its repeatedly doing same cycle pattern...spins for lil, stops makes running noses...spins sum more....soapy clothing...its 5 years old..but first time use this month finally connected it...when took bottom off to check hose connection noticed control board looked lil warped and brownish colored but not as meant to be..maybe its burnt out?