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kind of hard to solve without more info.but it could be unlevel find a level or borrow one and place on top of washer.make sure it reads between bubble on level.check both sides on top of washer.if you hear kind of grinding noises and shifts hard it could be transmission..
F2 mean that you have a drainage problem and could be that the pump is clogged. I believe the pump can be accessed from the front of the washer. Also make sure electrical connections are secure. Make sure no hoses are clogged or kinked anywhere.
Your complete model number including the first 3 numbers , is needed to help you get to the coupling . The coupling , is the piece ( pt # 285753 ) which connects the motor to the transmission . When this piece breaks , the motor will run , but no machine action , except for water drain . Even spin , will not work , yet , you will hear the motor running .
Check the sound of a CLICK when you close the lid door. If you do not here it then it's your LIMIT SWITCH that is broken. I had a similar problem and to get my water out quickly I removed the cover that wraps the washer and removed the limit switch and joined the two wires together so that the machine thinks the lid it closed. It is not a safe thing to do but it gives you time to go buy a new one in the mean time you can continue to do your washing. Just remember that when you open the lid door your washer will still SPIN on it's RINSE and DRAIN CYCLE. be very careful if you have KIDS. I hope this will solve your problem.
ok first it sounds like something is stuck in your drain pump first if you have a shop vac then vac out the water through the drain line then tape the lid shut and lay the washer on its back to service also on the front panel on the inside will be a tech sheet there good luck