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Whirlpool top load LSR8233EQO washer makes loud clocking sound instead of agitating or spinning. pump and everthing else is fine

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    my whirlpool washer LSR8233JQ 0 fills and drains but does not agitate. there is a grinding noise when the spin cycle is supposed to occur.

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If coupling between motor and gearcase is ok suspect gearcase

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