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Spinning does wash and rinse but spin cycle will only work sometimes. it may start real slow and then all of a sudden "shift" into gear and be fine. when it doesn't "shift" it just kind of bogs around and doesn't even completely empty

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  • geeem Jan 04, 2008

    Washer fills water, agitator works, when spin cycle comes, it sits doing nothing. Water never drained and left as it is. Couple times, when I turned the selector to spin cycle elsewhere on the dial, it drained water and re-filled water for Rise. Now the water is not drained nowhere on the dial.

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