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No spinning on large loads

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My washer won't spin with large loads.  I just did a small load, all seems ok.  Where do I go from here?

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***GE topload 7yrs old***  Check for a loose belt or oil from the trany on the belt and trans pulley...

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Must be GE season at the moment....

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Yes Mad Mac, and it gets tiring, but it is the beast of the consumers today...well add Maytag to that.

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Could be, see if the clip on the bottom of the clutch is missing??

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Something is causing this, see what is happening-slipping with the front off, still suspect a bad belt, but could have a tranny going bad?

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Just tried the large load w/ front off.  Starts to spin very, very slow and then just stops.  It sounds like it's trying to go,  just won't.

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What is still turning, the motor, tranny, is the belt slipping???

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The belt is not slipping.  The tranny and belt are turning together slowly then nothing.

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is the motor still running?????????

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Sure sounds like a bad tranny then, but do not see how the motor could still be running and the belt still going and the tranny not truning without the belt slipping on something. Unless the motor is turning and the clutch is not????

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