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Washing machine won't spin, water coming into machine ok but then just hear click sound. any suggestions

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Hi, the click after filling is o.k, that's activation of water level switch, it could be faulty timer, faulty start capacitor for motor, or faulty motor, or faulty wash solenoid.

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