Question about Washing Machines
The pressure switch could have failed causing the machine to think there is still too much water inside or the motor controller is not operating in the spin range.
I would drop the discharge hose into a bucket to see if the first option is the problem
If there is a good flow of water from the machine then try a spin cycle on its own.
Only way to test the motor configuration is by swopping out the parts
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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