Let's do a what if and go from there. What if your washer is not spinning? Alright, so to be more accurate on our diagnosis we need to determine a couple things. Starting with, is the washer working in the wash cycle then not spinning in the spin cycle, or is the washer not working in the wash cycle either. This makes big difference in which parts are going to need to be looked at. If the washer's wash cycle is working fine and the spin cycle is the problem you could just be looking at a lid switch repair. That would probably be the most common problem with this type of washer. If neither cycles are working, you would want to focus your attention to the motor coupler. This piece connects the motor to the transmission, letting the machine wash and spin. The motor will spin in one direction to wash and it will spin in the opposite direction to spin. To help with diagnosing a motor coupler you are going to have to take a listen to the machine. If the motor coupler is faulty, the machine is going to sound like it's washing or spinning, but nothing is happening. Basically you are hearing the motor spin, but the tub is not rotating.
This video Below will show you how to remove the cabinet from your Kenmore or Whirlpool Top Load Washer. This is usually the most asked question when it comes to repairing these machines. Once you know what to replace and get the cabinet off, like I said earlier, replacing the part is the easy step.
Now I'm going to end this post here. This is so I have something else to write about later. Please feel free to post in the comments any questions you have with your Kenmore or Whirlpool Top Load Washer. I will do my best to help you out. Thanks for taking the time to read this post!