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Washing machine does not spin Whirlpool LLR7144

Washing machine still makes noise and sounds like it is completing the spin cycle, but does not spin.

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The motor coupling is probably broken. Especially if it wont wash either. Its probably just filling with water and then making noise but not actually washing. If its doing this than replace the coupling.

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