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My Kenmore washerWill not do spin cycle

 

my heavy duty kenmore 110, 80 series will fill with water and will not drain to spin...is this something simple or replacing the whole thing?

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Something simple. Plug off the wall mains. Find your pump, dismantle to locate block. Before that you could check out your filter to clean out.

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