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There is a noise (hum) when the spin is set. No spin.

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Probably pump plugged if that is a front load remove bottom panel pump has a clean out port clean thoroughly and retry is still only hum pump impeller may be jammed or damaged ..removing pump will allow better acess to impeller area

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