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Reattached tub, but spin cycle doesn't work

During "final spin" the tub became detached and was wobbling badly. I paused the machine, unplugged it, removed the front panel, and was able to reattach the tub to the corner rod. However, when I replaced the front panel, and plugged the machine in, and pressed the start button, with the selector on "Spin Only", the machine starts up and sounds like it is trying to run, but nothing is happening inside. Did I forget a step when I reattached the tub?

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Re: reattached tub, but spin cycle doesn't work

The belt might have come off of the tub take it back apart and look underneath and see if the drive belt is loose or on the floor when the tub came loose it probably slipped the belt off before stopping.

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