Check the power supply: Make sure the washer is properly plugged into a functioning power outlet. If it is connected to an extension cord, try plugging it directly into a wall socket.
Check the lid or door switch: Most washers have a lid or door switch that prevents the machine from spinning if the lid or door is open. Ensure that the lid or door is securely closed and that the switch is functioning properly. If the switch is faulty, it may need to be replaced.
Examine the belt: If your washer has a belt-driven motor, the belt might be worn out or broken. Inspect the belt for any signs of damage such as cracks or fraying. If you notice any issues, it may need to be replaced.
Check for obstructions: Sometimes, small objects like socks or undergarments can get lodged in the washing machine’s drum, preventing it from spinning. Look inside the drum and remove any items that may be blocking the movement.
Verify the load balance: An unbalanced load can cause the washer to stop spinning. Make sure the clothes inside the drum are distributed evenly. If necessary, rearrange the items to achieve a better balance.
Motor or control board issues: If none of the above steps resolve the problem, there might be an issue with the motor or control board of the washer. In this case, it is advisable to contact a professional appliance repair technician to diagnose and fix the problem.
Remember to always refer to the manufacturer’s manual or contact their customer support for specific troubleshooting steps related to your washer model.