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    Model - LSB6200PQ0

    Whirlpool Ultimate Care II

    No spin situation. Brake/clutch housing spins, but the agitator does not spin. Clutch? Brake?

    I have two of these doing the same thing.

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    G'day,

    No spin situation. Brake/clutch housing spins, but the agitator does not spin. Clutch? Brake?
    Water drain out ok? We will presume yes...

    Always have a peek at the drive block first...

    no spin whlpl-ddwashdriveblocktabs-jpg

    Failing that...

    no spin whlpl-directclutch-jpg

    Watch for the clutch drum to turn ( brown section in picture A ). If it is turning but the inner wash tub is not, then more often than not you have a worn clutch lining or a weak spin spring, also the brake may have seized up. If the clutch drum is not turning and washer is not spinning, often the failure is in the transmission gear box.

    no spin whlpl-clutch-285785-01200017-jpg Washing machine clutch assembly with hardware. Manufacturer part number 285785



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    The water does pump out. It agitates, does everything but spin. The clutch drum does spin but nothing inside the machine moves. If you do not open the lid, you would assume it is spinning from the sound it makes.

    Thanks Jeff

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    Sounds like new clutch time.

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    Yeah I think so. There is some residue on top of the tranny that looks like it might be from the the clutch pads. Not much but some. Looks like there should be more residue. I hate to think the old man that sold these to me wiped them off knowing something was wrong.

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    I hate to think the old man that sold these to me wiped them off knowing something was wrong.
    Making money brings out the worst in -some- people

    jeff.
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    Yep. I like to move slow with a new source. That's why I only bought what I could put on my trailer at the time (5) 4 washers and 1 dryer. 3 of the 4 washers I cannot sell yet.
    The two that will not spin and one that has a squeak and a buzzing/ticking timer.

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    3 of the 4 washers I cannot sell yet
    Come on, get cracking

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    LOL! Need to!

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    Update :
    He did replace these and one more with a noisy timer. He seemed to think the transmissions were bad. I told him I thought it might be the clutches since the housings were spinning, but I didn't argue the point.

    Got too much time and money in the ones that these were replace with, but stuff happens sometimes.

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