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I am sorry you are having a problem with the washer. If the motor is humming in a cycle, I recommend checking the motor speed selector switch. If it is between two speeds it would cause the motor to hum. If the switch is ok, I recommend unplugging the washer and removing the cabinet. Then check all of the wire connection on the washer, paying close attention to the connector on the motor and the motor capacitor. The capacitor is mounted on the side of the motor that should have two red wires on it. If all of the wires look ok, place an insulated jumper wire between the gray ant tan wires of the lid switch connector. This will by pass the lid switch so you can test the washer without putting the cabinet back on. Now plug the washer in and check the operation. If the motor still hums, unplug the washer and remove the pump. Then turn the washer back on. If it still just hums, unplug the washer and remove the motor but leave the wires connected. Then plug the washer in and turn it on. if the motor does not run the problem could be a timer, motor, speed switch, or wiring. I recommend having a service technician diagnose this.
If the motor runs I suspect the problem is a defective transmission. Depending on the age of the washer you might what to consider purchasing a ne washer. Please click on this link to view the
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Here is a link to order any parts you need.
Sears Parts Direct
If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website:
Sears Home Services
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