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Whirlpool washer-- Will not spin and pump out the water in the rinse cycle. Timer makes a clicking noise at rinse

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  • lsbrmb May 15, 2009

    Serial # Clo612337



    Model #LSQ8520JQ1



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Posted on May 15, 2009

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