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I have the MAYTAG top loader washer, Model #MAV6451AWW, it will not spin in the rinse cycle, how to fix / take apart?

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Usually when this unit washes but will not spin the thrust bearing kit is damaged.This is easy to repair with little cost.
Completly empty the unit, clothes and water ,unplug the power cord, lie the unit on its back, remove the belt,the c clip from the pully. Take the thrust bearing,the pully the washers off the unit . Grease the new bearing and install new parts. I would also replaced the belt.

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