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Kirkland Signature by Whirlpool Washer

No spin, at first if I helped it would spin. Now nothing . Think it might be the clutch.

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  • joshica_rush Dec 08, 2008

    I have the same problem. The machine shuts off after it fills. I can hear the hum of it trying to start and then switching off again. I don't think it's a lit problem, but I find opening up the back daunting without more of an idea what I'm looking for.

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    how do you remove the cover on the 3954252 kirkland by whirlpool, The washer is not pumping the water out.

  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    removing the top cover of the maching

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2009

    My washer fills with water but will not empty.

  • renelwill31 May 02, 2009

    Hi my mom has a kirkland whirlpool washer that won't drain. l saw the first answer, however the second one was not real clear....help please!!

  • Brenda Shepard
    Brenda Shepard May 08, 2009

    The washer does not spin. At first if I spun the basket it would spin but now nothing. I think it is the clutch but do not have a parts number or know where to get it fixed. $ is an issue. Model:SAWX650JQ0.

  • jcrilley425 May 26, 2009

    My Kirkland washer will fill and won't drain. HELP

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    Does not Agitate or spin Kirkland washer

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There could be 2 possible issues, one, the simplest is the switch activated by the lid, look for a plastic "prong" sticking out from the lid, see where it goes and find a switch, use sometime of similar size and see if you can activate it. If that is eliminated then it is a plastic coupling broken, quite involve, need to remove the back lower section and inspect for this, Had both these issues myself.

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Washer is fill up with water, but cannot move at all

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The washer fills up with water and wont empty

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