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Whirlpool washer not spinning

Timer advances and washer agitates and drains but when it comesto the spin cycle it just sounds like its ryna spin but its not. i have to open the lid and close it again or stop the washer then start it again to get it to drain. please help.

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  • naynay28 Jul 15, 2008

    i ment i had to start and stop it to get it to spin. i already replaced the timer and the problem still exists.

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Between the pump out and spin cycle is a very brief pause you have to listen to it to catch it. when this happens the clutch engages and releases the brakes and then the washer spins. I believe you have a problem with this brake clutch assembly.

In my Opinion This not a do it yourself project,

Now you have replaced the timer so you have money already invested in a used washer, the question to you is do you have it repaired? or is it time to spend your $$ and buy a new washing machine? has the machine been repaired before? How old is the washer? how much laundry do you do a week?

Call several repair shops and tell them you think you need a clutch assembly and ask for an estimates before they come out.

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