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During the spin cycle it makes an awful clanging noise and will not spin.

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  • joy_mitchell Jun 28, 2009

    Is this a hard thing to do and how much would the part cost. My husband knows a lot but not a lot about washing machine.

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Replace the direct drive coupling between the motor and transmission.

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