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My washer is not spinning or draining properly, the timer is working, it will continue until it is in the off position but once it is my clothes are sopping wet. Is there a part I need or anyway I can fix the problem? My model number is 92060110 and is a Kenmore 60.

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If it is a top loader the moter controls the pump and spin u need to check power to the moter and clutch i.e if the moter runs but no spin the clutch has gone if its not geting the water out i can be the moter the best way to check is take the waste pipe out and put it in to a bucket and turn on the water should jet out if not the pump may be blocked try these first

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Check the lid switch.Try this loosen the 3  trans . bolts about a quarter inch and try it.

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