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Belt tension spring faulty, belt loose. Pump partly blocked, look for coin caught in hoses. Internal clutch failed in gearbox, replace gearbox. Gearbox pulley wrongly adjusted, remove pulley, re-grease, re-install with correct clearance.
Based on your description I'd suspect something is in the pump or you're either...
a) using too much detergent,even too much "HE" will cause problems with the rinse & spin cycles.
b) the wrong type of detergent
These machines must have "HE" type detergent's added to them only.Non -"HE" will not allow them to spin to there potential, cause damage and sometimes not spin at all.
Here's how to check the pump... If your washer is indeed a WFL2060, this is how to reach the filter and clean it.
( If it is not a WFL2060 as the post indicates, please let me know and I can provide assistance on another model as it pertains to you ).
**Unplug the washer from the dryer or wall, or turn off the 30amp breaker at the home service panel...safety first**
1) Open the small square plastic door at the right bottom of the washer.
2) Via the small hose drain any access water from the pump...this is where a wet/dry shop-vac comes in handy, or a shallow pan with a few towels works as well.
3) Then turn the pump insert/button trap counter clock-wise and pull out. Clean the trap out thoroughly running it under hot water and mild soap or your washer detergent and inspect inside the pump for any other foreign objects/obstructions.
4) Re-install the lint trap insuring it is good and snug/tight. Before closing up the small access door, run a short rinse spin cycle to check for leaks.
Let me know how you make out, or if you require further assistance.
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If the washer is removing all of the water from the washer during the spin cycle it is likely working properly. Not an expert but I believe max extract causes the washer to spin for a slightly longer period of time in order to remove more water from the clothes. We use it regularly because our clothes come out to wet otherwise.
The max extract button will do an extra spin to get any & excess water out of the clothes. It is a good thing to keep on to help cut down on drying time. If you find standing water in the washer, it is possible the hose is NOT in the correct position.
Your machine won't go into spin cycle most probably because it awaits for pump to start extracting water out of the basket. If the "Door Locked" light is on th an it means that either filter, pump or drain hose are clogged (unless pump burned). Turn off machine, unplug the machine, clean the filter, check for foreign objects inside filter and pump housing and finally check/unclog the drain hose.