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a few things to try... the water fill pipe that feeds the machine, check the tap at the end to make sure its on full, if it is then turn water off and unscrew pipe from rear of machine and see if connection on machine is blocked or clogged. then usually located at front of machine at the bottom, unscrew the filter to see if its blocked with small change ( usual suspect ) and try.
Scenario 1: Your motor is dead, or the electrical connections leading to it are chewed up and no longer send electricity to the motor. If you have a voltage tester, you should see if you are getting power to it.
Scenario 2: The safety switch that stops the motor from spinning when the lid is open is compromised.. This is possible, but less likely, as the motor would still spin in agitate mode..
It would seem to me that the heating element needs replacing from the information you have supplied especially as it performs most of the other functions like filling and spin and drain.
Unplug machine. Change load type to medium. Clean door sensor. Set knob to drain and spin. Plug machine back in to powr. Open and close door 10 times in 15 seconds. Pull knob to activate drain and spin.
I am having the exact same problem with the same brand machine. I put in a load of clothes to soak till the morning, but in the morning, the washing machine would only fill, spin, and drain. The agitator would not wash the clothes, so they came out with the soap of course still crusted in.
The easiest way to solve this without taking the machine apart is to tilt the machine back and look under it.
Above the transmission and clutch you will see the brake assembly. It is a little aggrevating to get to with the cabinet on, but you can spray it with some silicone lube and it will help this problem. You may have to spray it then put into spin, stop it and spray again. After it spins and stops a few times it will usually smooth out.