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Re: Washer fills and drains but won't aggitate or spin
Since the washer is less than an year old it must be under a warranty.Try contacting the customer care and get it replaced.
Generally for such a problem,the following checks need to be done. * Test the lid switch * Test the timer control * Test the centrifugal switch * Test the water level switch * Inspect the motor coupler * Inspect the drive belt (belt drive only) * Inspect under the washer for soot (clutch) * Test the motor * Inspect the pulley * Test the transmission
In your case I would advice to get your machine replaced with a new one.Good luck,Please do rate the solution if accepted.
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If the machine loads ups with water and does not stop then the water level sensor is fautly . But if the inlet valve stops on fill up but there is no spin of the motor or thereafter there is no spin/rinse or drain then the program controller / drain valve/pump must be checked.
without knowing more details, and considering it's age , my guess is that you have a disconnection (or a loose wire) to the solenoids under the tub. these solenoids activate the clutch system that pulls it into agitate and spin modes. it might be the solenoids, but rarely do both go out at the same time. it might be the timer contacts or connections behind the control panel. or, it might be the timer its self.
try unplugging the unit and check all the connections.
hope this helps jay