Model #LSQ9210HQ0 WHIRLPOOL Residential Washers

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Whirlpool washer won't spin or agitate Model #LSQ9210HQ0 Whirlpool Automatic washer

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Julio -
July 13, 2013

Hello glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears

I am sorry and do understand your frustration when there is trouble with the washer in that it won't agitate or spin.   At one time or another it is usually that it got overloaded.   That causes the agitator to snap and therefor it will not spin no more.   Took the place of a belt. 

I have included a link to our PartsDirect page where you can purchase the part you need to complete your repair. Just click the blue link below to be taken to the page.

These are very easyily repairable.  Here are directions:

 1.   Unplug your Whirlpool washing machine from the electrical outlet. Shut off the hot and cold water supply lines by closing the valves near your washing machine.

 2.  Remove the two screws in the bottom corners of the control panel. Rotate the control panel toward the back of the washing machine.

 3.  Unplug the wiring harness running from the control panel to the washing machine by pressing the release tab on the plug. Use a flat-head screwdriver to pop out the spring clips in the back corners of the washing machine's top panel.

 4.  Tilt the washing machine's main cabinet toward you and slide it off of the washer's main frame. Slide the cabinet to the side.

5.  Pry the retaining clips on the washing machine's pump off with a flat-head screwdriver. Slide the pump off of the motor shaft. Press the release tab on the motor's wiring harness and disconnect it from the motor.

6.  Remove the motor's mounting screws with a hex-nut screwdriver. Pry off the motor's bottom retaining clip with a flat-head screwdriver. Support the motor with one hand while you remove the top retaining clip with the other. Slide the motor out of the washing machine.

7.  Remove the motor coupler. The first triangular cog of the motor coupler will still be in the end of the motor shaft. Pry it off with a flat-head screw driver. The second cog and rubber isolator will still be on the gear case shaft on the washing machine. Use a flat-head screwdriver to pry them off.

8.  Slide the first plastic cog of your new coupler onto the end of the motor shaft with the cog's prongs facing out. Tap it down as far as it will go. Slide the second cog onto the washing machine's gear case shaft with the prongs facing out. Slide the isolator over the second cog. Lift the motor up and align the prongs on the first cog with the holes on the isolator and slide the motor back into the washing machine. Replace the motor's retaining clips and mounting screws.

 9.  Replace the pump and slide the washing machine's main cabinet back into place. Replace the spring clips on the washer's top panel and reconnect the wiring harness. Rotate the control panel back down onto the washing machine and replace the screws. Turn your water supply back on and plug the washing machine back into the outlet

Hope that helps.   If you have further questions please let me know.
Thanks for choosing Sears

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Larry L -
Sears Technician
July 15, 2013
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