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I have a Whirlpool washer that sometimes spins as it drains, which it is not supposed to? I am not exactly sure where to look. HELP.

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The washer has what is called a neutral pack, this washer is supposed to allow the pump to remove the water before spinning the clothes. The original ones did it. So it really does not matter if it does that or not. The real reason is from not enough use. So the more you wash the better it will get or it will be costly to repair the washer. I would not worry about it.

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