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You'll need to unplug the washer and then remove the hook end of the drain hose from the drain itself. Lower the hose to a bucket until it starts pouring water and empty the drum in this way. Next turn off and disconnect the water supply lines. Put a piece of carpet or a doormat on the floor and lay the washer on it's side.You'll still have a small reserve of water to contend with using a mop but it won't be overwellming.Check the drivebelt for signs of wear and or breakage. Turn the large pulley in the center of the machine clockwise and counterclockwise several turns in each direction. The motor reverses itself to pump and spin and again to agitate. If these turns prove to be difficult in either direction, you'll probably need a new transmission or a new machine, depending on your mechanical expertise.P.S. remove all clothes to perform the previously described test.Good luck, Dana
Best thing you can do is to do one of two things, you can remove the agitater and make sure nothing is tangled on the shaft, but if it goes through the spin cycle thats probably not an issue. or you can take off the outside shell of the washer and visually check the belt and the motor.