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Whirlpool Washer wont spin or drain

My Whirlpool washer wont spin or drain.  The timer however does advance through those cycles and I can hear it click/ticking as it advances.  What could be the problem?

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  • KEVINSPAN Jun 01, 2008

    will not drain

  • jjsundown Mar 19, 2009

    model#LLR9245BQ1 whirlpool top load washer

    wont drain or spin

    sounds like something jammed keeping drum from spinning. dont have a manual(my great filing system.hah)

    how do I get the top off???

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Check your lid switch. if it will aggitate and not spin or drain.. then your lid switch is your answer

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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