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The tub does not spin but motor is running and goes thru cycle

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Does it wash have you tried on wash since youve had the spin promblem

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  • damajuki Feb 26, 2011

    You didn't provide a lot of detail but take a look at our problem/solution and see it helps.

    Our washer died during a rinse/spin cycle and started making a horrific spinning/clicking sound when it was supposed to be agitating or spinning. It filled and drained like normal, and the horrific noise stopped when the lid was lifted.

    Because of those two facts, I discovered it was likely the direct drive coupling, which connects the washer's motor to the transmission. (Meaning it wasn't an electrical issue, nor an issue with the controls, and had nothing to do with the lid switch.)

    Turns out, that horrific sound was indeed the sound of one of the couplings spinning uselessly after it broke.

    After some internet research, I discovered it was a simple matter of getting and installing the new coupling, which was very easy to do with a little professional help via YouTube:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLPGs2UMU...

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Don't know if this was your problem, but might help you (or others).

Our Whirlpool LSB6300PW0 washer died during a rinse/spin cycle and started making a horrific spinning/clicking sound when it was supposed to be agitating or spinning. It filled and drained like normal, and the horrific noise stopped when the lid was lifted.

Because of those two facts, I discovered it was likely the direct drive coupling, which connects the washer's motor to the transmission. (Meaning it wasn't an electrical issue, nor an issue with the controls, and had nothing to do with the lid switch.)

Turns out, that horrific sound was indeed the sound of one of the couplings spinning uselessly after it broke.

After some internet research, I discovered it was a simple matter of getting and installing the new coupling, which was very easy to do with a little professional help via YouTube:

Also, here is the website of a parts supplier with great schematics and great prices that I bought the part from.

Good luck!

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