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off the wall first.Remove the front
lower panel, screws underneath.Be
prepared for water, drain out from drain hose.Check filter for clogging, clean out.Sometimes when the load is unbalanced & the machine cannot
the load it stops.To avoid this make
sure your wash is mixed with big and small clothes. If
this does not work remove the rear panel & check belt, should have
inch ‘give’.Still not good, remove belt,
unscrew 2 bolts that hold the motor, unplug the motor connector, lever
motor back with a screwdriver.Check the
motor brushes (at terminal end of motor), if they are any shorter than 1
replace brushes. Try
these sites for spares: RepairClinic.com
sounds like a simularproblem i had, a 5cent piece got caught in the drain solenoid (just between the drum and solenoid) , i had to lift up the front and spin the drain pump fan, on empty, then disassemble and clean pump assy and remove 5cent piece, hope this helps.
possibly the belt is off/broken? can you hear the motor turning when the drum is supposed to be revolving? If not supect the motor carbon brushes, or some other fault with the motor/and /or circiut, at best it may be a burned out wire to the motor