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Re: Water not pumping out and spin cycle not working.
It sounds like you have something obstructing the pump. does the machine eventually empty? or does it remain with water in it. you need to remove the hose that leads from the tub to the pump and clear any debris. if you continue to run with debris in the pump you could burn out the pump motor
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Do you have water? Is the water supply valve turned on, both hot and cold? My guess is the last spin cycle never completed to the machines "satisfaction". There may be a problem with the discharge hose, or the pump that moves the water from the outer tank to the discharge drain is not working right. There may be a belt problem or a motor drive problem.
It sounds like the drain pump has stopped. If it still has water in it and you turn it on (in the spin only cycle) the drain pump should be running and you sould be hearing the water drain. The washer will not spin until the water is out. Depending on how handy you are determines whether you can access the drain pump and remove the obstrustion. There is also a trap to catch debries from going into the pump. This could be plugged, but normally you don't hear a buzz. You hear the drain pump working but no water going out. Good luck
there the first thing ill tell you is that the washer needs to drain
water before it can spin there are only a few factors that prohibit this
operation a faulty lid switch secound a blown or blocked water pump
being a fisher paykel they are famous for jammed water pumps as they
decided when they built the sysyem to turn the water pump upside down
this causes a lot of stress on the water pump see if you can lay the
hose on the ground and get all the water out i belive the machine will
then start to spin dry. in this case it is the water pump and have it
replaced its a simple operation if you can order the part fromf/p you
simply turn the washer on its side depress the white latch next to the
pump turn the pump clockwise till ity release from machine disconnect
power supply plug and fit new unit as per reverse
best of luck
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p.s the buzzing noise is the water pump humming because it can not spin the problem is definitly your water pump have it repplaced and it will work fine
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Check the water pump for an obstruction in the chamber area, your pump may be sticking and that will cause the buzzing sound. The water pump runs during the fill portion of the cycle on several of the selected wash cycles to recirculate the water.
No belt on your machine. Sounds like motor coupler that joins motor and transmission is broken. Very inexpensive part but a few steps involved in getting machine disassembled Look up YouTube video on replacing motor coupler on Whirlpool washer.
If I understand correctly, the washer made a sound in the spin cycle but didn't actually spin the clothes dry?
If so you may have something in the pump that is not allowing it to pump out. Disassemble the pump and make sure it is clear of any debris.