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I can't get my washer to spinn, I hear the timer inside ticking but won't spin out the water

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If the washer will agitate but not spin I'd suggest you to replace the lid switch. Then you need to check the
coupler is working properly or not. In order to provide you proper steps to access the coupler and lid switch.
Please resubmit the question with some more details.
Hope this helps.

Shane

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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