How do you fix a front loading washer that won’t spin?
How To Fix A Washer That Won’t Spin
How do you fix a washer that won’t spin?
Normally, your washing machine won’t go into a spin cycle until it’s been drained. The drainage hose may become clogged with debris from your clothing, or it could be kinked. If the hose is kinked or crushed, it will likely need to be replaced.
What would cause a front load washer not to spin?
Front-load washer tubs spin thanks to a drive belt that runs off of the motor. A loose, frayed, or torn belt could be why your washer won’t spin. Overloading your washing machine can cause the belt to loosen or become worn out. Inspect the drive belt closely.
What causes the spin cycle to stop working on a washer?
An unbalanced load of laundry is one of the most common causes of an inadequate spin cycle. Sometimes clothing can settle on one side of the drum, throwing off the motion of the washing machine. (This happens most often when washing large and heavy items like comforters or heavy coats.)
What causes a washing machine to not spin and drain?
If the washer won’t drain or spin, either something is stuck in the washing machine drain hose or pump, or the pump is broken.