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The non-spin occurs at the same two spots in the "Normal" cycle even when the washer is empty.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / LG lfxs29766s freezer coil cover removal
« Last post by JoeSass on Today at 08:10:48 AM »
Can someone tell me how to remove cover to replace controller? Removed ice maker but they are the only 2 screws I see. Is there a trick as I don't want to bust anything.
if the relay on the board is stuck leaving the light on it will cause this as well.
« Last post by sta2877 on Today at 07:04:38 AM »
Yo pense que eras un tecnico,por eso el lenguaje tecnico,yo estoy en Recoleta y atiendo la zona y los countries,no se quien es el que lo soluciono,lo vi en lo de un cliente al que le fui a arreglar la heladera pero no me dejaron meter mano para ver que hicieron,pasame el modelo EXACTO de tu maquina que lo estudio a ver que se puede hacer
El problema yo lo tuve con lavarropas  con motor paso a paso(muy tecnico, no importa) no con secadoras (hasta ahora,ja ja ja) habria que hacer algunas pruebas para ver si detecta la frecuencia.
Tengo un lavarropas  ELECTROLUX ICON pendiente que no puedo hacer andar,por ahora, nunca tuve una secadora a disposicion con el problema para probar diferentes cosas que tengo en mente, lleva tiempo y plata.
Definitivamente la solucion no pasa por un conversor.
Why in the world would GE use pot metal in the baskets and not test them prior to putting these on the market - if the tub are seized from over heating to the shafts there no way to get them off without ruining the basket or hub? Had one last week that was literally one 2 1/2 years old and the tub seal leaked ? Really GE only 2 1/2 years old paid $1,300 dollars and this is the best you can do?? Customer was ticked ! You think GE would recall these things
You either have a burnt contact on the timer or could possibly have a worn out clutch that needs to be replaced - does the non spin occur when you have a heavy wet load in it? You might want to pull the clutch down and see if it needs placing. Let us know what you find
Hey everyone, I'm brand new here, looking for some much needed help.

I bought a Whirlpool Heavy Duty Thin Twin 24" Stackable Washer n' Dryer unit from a mom n pop shop.

Model # LTE5243DQ3, it's definitely an older unit but still works fine for the most part.

My problem is that during the "Normal" wash cycle, the washer does not spin as it should all the time. It fills up with water, agitates, then stops, drains and acts and sounds like it wants to spin but doesn't. BUT, if I push in the washer knob and then pull it back out, it starts spinning and works great. I have to do this two times during the "Normal" cycle.  When it gets past those two points on the cycle and comes to the "Spin" section, it spins fine, no help needed.

Any ideas of where to start? I've seen people online with similar problems but not the same.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!
Beeping usually means the door is open.  Check all gaskets and make sure nothing is keeping the doors from closing all the way. 
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