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Hello, when you stated your unit wont go into spin no matter which cycle the unit is on can you hear the motor running in the unit yet the tub is not spining if so then your unit would need to have the drive couple replaced here is a tutorial on how to replace the drive coupler in a washer such as yours click this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLPGs2UMUJc . On the other hand if you did not hear the motor when the unit was supposed to be spinning then you could either have a problem with the motor,the timer, or transmission. Usually it is the drive couple that is the cause in most situations where a unit will not spin. Watch the tutorial and if you have any further questions message me back Thanks Rick
Your problem sounds like the drum/tub drive clutch is worn. Especially if the motor operates fine and attempts to spin the tub. This model is a direct drive unit, no belts, so if the motor operates during the spin and drain cycles but the tub is barely moving, only two problems can cause this, bad clutch (which is engaged only during the spin cycles) or worn drive coupling on the motor. If the coupling were a problem, though, you would also notice sluggish or erratic agitation during the wash cycle.
if the coupler and clutch are ok and you can hear the motor functioning, then it appears that your transmission is bad.most of the time you will see that in the days/weeks leading up to this that your cloths were more wet than usual when you took them out of the machine. Check your owners manual for warranty information. Some machines had a 5 year warranty on the transmission or gear case as whirlpool likes to call it.
i have no idea what make/model this is regarding but if it is a whirlpool, roper, or inglis then it is most likely a motor coupling that is broken it goes between the motor and the transmission let me know how you make out
you need to check the lid switch ...Set the unit to the spin cycle and open the lid look on the right side for the switch there ia a finger on the lid itself that closes to this with the lid open and the unit on use a pen to press in on the switch you should hear a click if not the switch is bad and will need replaced