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Washer tub not moving clothes around in wash cycle

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Remove the back cover on the machine and check if its on a belt and if its good, check if motor plus are connected if so turn machine on and hear if when on wash cycle if the motor is working if not then will be need to replaced.if my info is of help to you please leave a comment,note,vote.thankyou

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