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Does not spin.

I loaded the machine off balanced and made this horrible spinning sound if it was about to explode. i turned off the machine and rebalanced the laundry load. then i truned it back on, and it would not spin. the machine is making noises..trying to spin but it does not...i tried to rebalance the machine according to the manuel. i checked the belt and it looks fine..i only saw one belyt underneath the machine and it was not off the wheel..when i tried to use my hand to center the tub, it was about to start abnd then it hust made noises and no spin... please let me know what i need to check.. thank you

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Hello in my washing machine, in my spinnig drum i have a plastic object that spins and can be taken off, it broke do u know a place were i can buy a new one or repair it

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