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My whirlpool awz410 is not spinning

Machine is on
- water is pouring in and draining too
- i cleanedd the filter

still my machine is not spiining, it sits there making grinding noice

any help would be great :)

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  • Anonymous Sep 10, 2008

    Filling & draining ok but not washing or spinning!!!!!!!!!!!! Help

  • Anonymous Sep 16, 2008

    Same here, not spinning at all in either washing or spinning mode.

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Just had a the same problem, with the aw410 took the back off the machine and the rubber belt that connects the drum to the motor had fallen off, I just had to reattach the belt and it's working fine now. hope this helps.

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If its draining while its filling ,raise the drain hose higher than the water level and it wont syphon.

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