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My stackable whirlpool washer doesn't spin/work

It makes a loud noise and nothing works. It broke while in the "spin" cycle yet it won't spin anymore. We took it all apart and did not discover anything loose or missing or broken. Maybe something is wrong internally?

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You may find a possible solution in this thread:
http://www.fixya.com/support/t1578111-lte5243dq6_tub_broken_loose

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The most likely cause is the motor coupling , its the plastic and rubber parts between the motor and transmission. Try turnig it with your finger.

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