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Whirlpool washer front loader model LHW0050PQ

Spin cycle just rolls slowly one direction, then switches to the other direction but won't get up to full speed spin no matter what the setting.
This behaviour started when during the last normal spin the drum load was heavily unbalanced and spun violently then stopped and did the slow rolling. Since then the washer gets stuck for ever on the slow spin cycle. The belt is OK.. Is there any spin protection to be reset? No suspect noises. The rest of the washing cycle is OK.

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This is not a Malber machine but the following fix has worked for the Malber washer. Try unplugging the machine for at least 2 minutes. Do not just turn it off as there is still current going to the machine .This should clear the computer. If this does not work, the imbalance may have overloaded the circuit board requiring replacement.

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