the clutch is a piece of cake to replace. You just slide out the agitator( the tub stays put, the tranny comes out the bottom) then remove the motor then get the 3 bolts out and the tranny and clutch justs pops right out. The clutch is held on by a spring clip on top the tranny. If that don't fix it you can go deep into the tranny and look under the main gear for a smashed spin pawl.I have seen the main drive gear ( which is plastic ) smooth as a baby's butt so look at that too. The guy I repaired that washer for had 12 kids and his wife stayed in the laundry room. This is pretty easy to fix. Ain't nothing hard to fix on this washer. It is worth fixing because of that reason by itself.