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Won't spin I hear a noise in the bottom where the motor is but it won't spin. Water goes thru the soap dispencer but then it won't spin. I will never buy a new washer or dryer from sears or Kenmore again. I hear of nothing but problems on these products now. The old washers last for 10 to 15 yrs and the new ones a year or more then it's more money to fix it then it is to go on Craigs list and buy a set.

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  • fred-carolyn Mar 01, 2009

    How do take washer apart to get to the band? The only code ever seen is Ld, washer motor hums but will not spin, if you stop it and let it sit, hit the start button it will finish the cycle.110.2703261.CT13570148

  • gretchenf Mar 04, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem...which is in conjunction with the issues I have with my Oasis dryer. All my research leads me to believe that both units need a new "user interface". There are tricks to get around both of them, but the incessant beeping and time it takes to do the laundry may not be worth it. I suggest to anyone and everyone to never buy Kenmore again.

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Sorry,the washer being spoken of doesn't have a transmission,its dc motor,direct drive,no clutch!

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it sounds like you have a bad clutch in the washer. To diagnose this failure, you would need to pull off the washer cabinet and pull the transmission. It is likely that you would find the clutch band glazed over. It is probably not exerting enough torque to release the brake and spin the washer.

If you find this problem, you can try sanding the band to rough it up. Reassemble the washer and check for proper spin. If this fixes the problem, you will need to order and replace the clutch band.

This type of procedure is usually performed by a service technician. I don't recommend attempting this repair unless you are completely confident that you can safely perform the work.

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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