I have a Kenmore top loading washer model 110-24642300. Most of the time it will not spin. You have to put your hand inside and turn it to help it start spinning. You can also push the knob turning it off and on. Still it will not spin all of the water from the clothes.
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Re: won't spin out water
Sounds liek you have a bad clutch assy, not engaging fully, tip the machine back and give a look around teh inner perimeter of the cabinet, do you see brownish oily streaks dripping down, perhaps a pool of oil under hte unit??? if so you need a new transmission(5 year warr) and clutch assy
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If wash cycle operates and water drains as should before spin indicates motor spinning. Chances are bad timer If your a real fixer you can remove timer control from panel check and clean all contacts internally making sure none are stuck closed . (Have had 3 110s in my time).not easy but can be done or buy new about 150$ reassemble and check operation.
when you tipped the washer was the drain hose still attached? and if so was the drain hose elevated? most top load washers will have an amount of leftover water in the bottom of the tub. with the drain hose off and the washer tipped towards the rear you should lose any excess water. also try to open the top of the agitator to see if there is any water trapped there. hope this helps....
open the door though, put your hand around the rubber boot assy, run *** all aroundlooking for small tears, and or holes, if so replace it. only other thing to do is remove the lower access panel and watch it spin a load and youll be able to detect where te waters coming from