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Intermittant Drum The machine has an intermittant Spin. It will go through all wash/spin cycles but will not get up to speed when washing or spinning. The belt is fine and the motor works as I've just replaced the bushes. It just sits there spinning now and again and for no real time and not as fast as it used to.

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  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    The washer works until it needs to spin, the motor works, but the tub will not spin. This is intermittent .

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Is the a pcb near the motor,sometimes the motor controler board can be faulty not sure on this brand hope this helps.

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Wt you mean by spin in washing machine


its a separate cycle all by itself.
Say U hand wash something in a sink and instead of wringing it out by hand U can put it in the washer and press this SPIN cycle.
So U can also use it to spin more water out of your garments after the regular wash and spin cycle.

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Repair it

Probably your machine need new motor brushes.
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