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It won't run. I hear the humming but it won't turn. It fills up but won't wash.

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  • molly2634 Sep 07, 2009

    When I put it on spin it looks like it move's just a hair but it still won't spin.

  • molly2634 Sep 07, 2009

    thanks for helping. i fixed it. it was a clog in the pump.

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You probably just have a broken belt. If it doesn't ever move the tub but you hear the motor running this is likely to be the problem.

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