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Hello Deanna Lytle - Often when a unit does not spin, it is because the unit cannot properly drain and dispose of the water and detergent solution. Does the unit make a humming noise? If so, the drainage hose/pump may be clogged and needs to be cleaned. If not, the washer may possibly be experiencing an issue with the door lock assembly, faulty pump, timer or control board not communicating correctly. Because it could be a number of any one of several underlying causes, I would recommend contacting a professional to properly diagnose and repair the unit.
Sorry if it may be too obvious, but have you checked the philtre? generally they stop spinning when it's stuffed... when you open it, make sure you have a mop and bucket handy, some water will come out!
I am thinking if all works good except won't spin, it is your lid switch. Under your washer lid you will notice a peg of some sort that when lidnis closed goes into a slot/hole and that triggers the spin cycle. That is in lamens terms know as a safety idiot switch. It is designed so when the washer is spinning at those high speeds,na child or not to smart adult does not open lid and put hand in while spinning. SO, if switch goes out, of course it won't spin. Switch is cheap , under 20 bucks at any appliance parts store, and they even can tell you at store how to putnin yourself by showing on one of there washers on display. Let me know if I nailed it!! Thanks Mike
pull the washer out a little awy from the wall,tilt it back so the top rests on the wall,feel around behind the motor,it sounds like the tranny is going and you might find oil around near the back of the motor where the coupling is,also check the coupling,it's behind the motor,it hits the tranny to and when the motor spins it spins the tranny,i've seen the middle of the coupling wear out just catching and if you help it out it will spin but it sounds like the transmission is bad,it's not hard to change it out.send the model number,i can look up your machine,tell you how much a new tranny is and tell you how to change it out,or replace the washer if it's old and put the money into a new washer