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Washer does not spin - Whirpool GSQ9669LG1

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This Whirlpool Gold Ultimtate Care II washer doesn't complete its spin cycle, spins slowly leaving clothes wet in the machine. When the problem occured about 6 months ago, a technician repalced the belt but the problem came back now. I have had this machine for about 3 years now. Thanks.

Anand

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Cue John Lennon:

"I read the news today, oh boy,

about a man Anand without a model number..."

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"...and though the news was rather sad..."

Someone help me out here... :dazzler:

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Sorry - The washer is Whielpool Gold Ultimate Care II and the model number is GSQ9669LG1

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... When the problem occured about 6 months ago, a technician repalced the belt

:kopkrab:

no Belt on that model

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:kopkrab:

no Belt on that model

Then we got it wrong from the technician. Thats exactly the reason I am seeking help here. Thanks.

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Then we got it wrong from the technician.

got what wrong ?

the model number ?

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No the model number I provded is correct. I had the wrong info regarding the cause of the problem earlier. As for as I know some part in the drum of the washer was broken and was replaced six month ago.

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My guess would be to start with the motor coupling, be sure that it is not broken or stripped. It looks like part # 13 below, if that looks and feels ok, there are some other things to check. W0403060-00004.png

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When you have your head under the hood , another thing to check, is there oil on your clutch ?? to check that , is there a ring of oil/water about 12 inches from the floor on the inside of the cabinet??? If oil, it could be a leak at the top seal of the gearbox...if water, it could be a leak at the center post seals or the spin tube/brake assy. seals....

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