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My Whirlpool LSR8244DQ0 washer has quit agitating and spinning. The switch on the lid makes a noise when you close it as if it is going to spin, but it just drains.

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Have you changed the plastic dogs that engage the agitator and the drive spline?

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Whirlpool model # LLR6144BQ1 water fills but will not go to wash cycle.


Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.
This is usually caused by a failed lid switch that is item 9 this link:
http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=256996

First off put the washer in the spin cycle. With the lid closed see if the washer will spin. No spin also = bad lid switch. If the washer spins but will not agitate then the problem is most likely the water level pressure switch or associated air tubing. (any air leaks and it will not stop filling)
Water level switch is item 12 here:
http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=256996&diagram_id=28209075#d28209075
We test these with NO WATER in the machine and after connecting an external hose with the lid closed with power on by orally passing air into the small air hose we connected. It will click and the washer must agitate. If it clicks and does not agitate... again it points to the lid switch. Disconnecting this water level switch hose with ater in the maching and then re-connecting the hose WILL result in the machine overflowing. Tub MUST be empty.

You check the lid switch as you just open or close the lid. You should hear an audible CLICK as the lid is barely off of its closed position and again as the lid is almost closed. NO CLICK = bad door switch.

These are the 2 most common reasons that will correct the symptom your experiencing more than 90 percent of the time. There is a remote possibility that there is a problem with the motor / motor clutch. Motor clutch problems are noted by odd noises when motor is running and it will not spin or agitate. If the motor will spin the machine but will not agitate the machine it can be a motor winding.

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Washer won't spin


Raise the lid and look for a protruding tab along the edge that lines up with a slot when you close the lid. This tab actuates a safety switch that signals the washer that the "lid is closed" so it's okay to spin. If this tab is broken the switch never gets closed so the washer thinks the lid is up and will not spin for fear of someone attempting to add or remove an article of clothing and being hurt. The washer will fill with water and agitate, it will not make it through the spin cycle, however. When you find the slot, you can depress the switch with a small screwdriver and see if the spin cycle works.
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My Whirlpool washer, model number WTW5521SQ0 won't spin


This problem is frequent and is usually caused by the lid switch. It wont activate the spin for safety reasons, however it will drain. You should be able to hear the clicking of the switch while you open and close your lid. If you don't hear a clicking sound it is most likely faulty and will have to be replaced, part number for the lid switch is 8318084. If the switch is okay it will most likely be a transmission problem, and will have to be diagnosed by a technician. Check for any large oil leaks around the inside of the cabinet. If so this could be an early indication of a transmission problem Hope this helps

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If it agitates fine , with normal noise , drains with lid closed , then the problem is probably the transmission .

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The most common problem is the lid switch. with a screw driver in hand open the lid and press down on the lid switch. sometimes the mounting screws will crack the switch housing and the striker can't move the actuator far enough. I am interested in the clicking noise, as this could indicate a pump issue or a sock seizing up the tub.

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WHDRR418G1WW WASHER WON'T AGITATE OR SPIN, NOT MAKING NOISES. FILLS AND DRAINS FINE.


sounds like you have a broken lid switch on the washer, maybe someone slammed the door or placed or stood on top of the washer, a broken lid switch won't allow washer to go into spin mode is a safety device so if is on spin cycle an someone sticks their hand it the machine stops an not breaks your hand.

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sounds lilke a bed lid switch for safety reasons it wont spin if it thinks the lid is not closed. open nd close the lid carefully agian and again, as your doing it do you hear a clicking noise??? if not your not contacting lid switch

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Will not drain or spin


The symptoms you are describing are usually caused by a bad lid switch. The washer will fill, agitate, but when it starts to go to the rinse cycle, the washer stops and will not advance any further. The lid switch is located on the right hand side of the wash tub opening on most top loader machines. Check to see if it has come loose. There are two screws holding it in place. Additionally, there should be a small plunger on the lid that pushes down on the switch to activate it when the lid is closed. Make sure this plunger is intact. If your washer does not have a lid switch mounted on the right hand side of the lid, it will be located on the left hand side in the rear under the console. A simple test is to open and close the lid and listen for a "clicking" noise. If you can't hear the contacts closing, your switch is probably bad. In the case of the rear mounted lid switch, there is an arm on the lid that activates the contacts. Sometimes the arm becomes bent and will not close the switch contacts. Generally, the repair is simple and a lid switch usually runs about $35. If you post back with your model number I can get an exact part number for you and give you step-by-step instructions on how to replace it. Let me know. I hope this helps you.

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