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Does not spin clothes

The machine does not spin out the clothes. Even after 4 or 5 spin cycles you can still ring water out of the clothes. It does spin just never seams to spin very fast. I have ohm out the speed selector switch and it seams to be working. what else could it be?Thanks Joel

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Hi there you're pump is most certainly on its last legs, have the pump checked for blockages, if non replace pump hope this helps

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