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Re: The spin dry of the above mentioned washing machine...
If a machine is out of balance when spinning it will shut down---there's an unbalance switch that controls this---also on some machines if not properly set level or feet not touching the floor causing the machine to rock---it will shut down---the remedy for that is to redistribute the clothes then is should resume spinning----another issue could be the timer----out of sequence or jumping ahead during that cycle---has the timer/control ever been wet as this will cause some issues---this is my thoughts on this--good luck
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The black part you mention is the drain pump motor. If the pump impeller is damaged, the motor may still run, but the pump will not drain any water. If the washer does not drain, it will not go into the final spin. The pump is sold as an entire assembly. Go to searspartsdirect.com and type in your COMPLETE model number. The pump will be listed under the "Pump and Motor Parts" heading as item number 10 (part #280187). This is not a standard part that an appliance repair center would normally carry in their inventory, so it would have to be ordered anyway. So...why not cut out the middle man? You can use other web sites for a cost comparison, but this is the cheapest place I have found it listed (use the part number listed above for your search)
If you need instructionson how to replace the pump, you can use this link:
Is it that you want to dry only or wash 'n' dry straight through in one go?
If it's to dry only...
1. Switch the machine on
2. Press the Auto Dry or Timed Dry button until the neon light illuminates.
3. For Auto Dry press the button for 2 seconds to achieve the neon indicator to light up. then press the button until the glow is beside the level of drying you require.
4. For Timed Dry press the button until the time you require is in the display.
5. Press the Start/Pause key to start the cycle
Please note: in the Timed dry any time above 60 minutes will be displayed as 70, 75, 80, 85 etc. but then will be shown as 1:10, 1:15, 1:20, 1:25.
For wash 'n' dry straight through...
1. Switch the machine on.
2. Select the fabric.
3. Change the temperature or spin speed if necessary.
4. Select any extra options if required.
5. Follow the above to achieve the drying accompanied by the wash.
6. Then press the Start/Pause button to get the cycle under way.
There is a downloadable PDF of the user manual for this machine on the Service Force website, if you require the programming sequence guide, which, is covered in the user manual, should this explanation prove unhelpful.