Question about Washing Machines
Two listed causes for this problem are bad or broken drive belt (I would suspect warn if it still agitates, but does not spin).
Next one is bad drum motor and that calls for a replacement of the part.
I would myself look at a possible third.
You have a pump located at the outlet tubes connecting point beneath the drum. I would check that to see if it makes a clicking sound first to see if power is reaching so that it is getting power. If it is, then I would check the wiring to see which leads power the pumps motor and bench test it (after removing it) to see if it is frozen.
If it is not then check to see if the impeller itself is turning.
If frozen ir still working but impeller isn't turning you need to replace that.
I actually would bet 5 bucks that there is your problem.
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
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