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My washer doesn't spine - Kenmore Washing Machines

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  • asad1zaman Jul 01, 2009

    24852300; no - asad

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    Eric Duda May 11, 2010

    Model number please and does it sound like the motor is running ? eric

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If the agitator works but not the spin cycle, you have a locked up water pump. This keeps the motor from spinning in the other direction so the gears would lock up to spin the whole tub, and work the pump at the same time. turn the washer on its side, and see if there is a small sock or other smal item that have made its way to the pump causing it to get stuck. The pump is easy to take out it is fastened by two clips.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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