MY WASHER WILL NOT SPIN AFTER THE WASH AND RINSE CYCLES. INSTEAD OF SPINNING IT WANTS TO AGITATE AND JAMS THE CLOTHES AT THE BOTTOM OF TUB UNTIL THE CIRCUIT BREAKER TRIPS. USUALLY WORKS FINE ON THE FIRST LOAD OF THE DAY.
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Could be, Try any of the online appliance parts stores, Mfg, model possibly year. There is a possibility depending on age that a "reversing switch" is not working properly or connections from or to it are bad. Or possibly the drive motor is not "accepting" the switch's instruction.
This model has gone through different control board revisions, could be control board related, service mode would have to be accessed to have machine run thru self-diagnostics. if it does not agitate on self-diag mode, unit needs board
The problem is most likely with the lid switch. This washer can fill and agitate with the lid up or down but will only drain and spin with the lid down. If the lid switch breaks the washer does not know that the lid is down so it will not run.
The part number for your model is 8054980 and runs about $20.00, it is shown in the image on this link below as part 11.
My washer makes a wierd clinky sound during wash and rinse cycle and it has began to stop spinning the water will drain but clothes will be soaked. Also sometimes during spin cycle it will agitate instead of spinning