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WASHER WON'T SPIN

I'D JUST REPLACED THE DOOR LOCK MECHANISM AND THE WASHER WILL WASH AND RINSE, BUT WON'T GO TO THE SPIN MODE.

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  • AMP123 Jun 04, 2008

    what kind of adjustment on door lock mechanism do i need to do? it keeps giving me a uc code error (washer wont spin)

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You may have a defective lock mechanism, or since you just replaced it, there may be an adjustment to be made to the mechanism.

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