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Start by removing the front panel of washer so you can see inside of washer. this panel has no screws it is hooked at bottom and clipped at top . There is a crack at the top where the front panel meets the top . In that crack there is a clip - one on each side about 2 inches in from edge . Push in on that clip with a putty knife and pull out the panel , repeat on opposite side and the front will literally fall off. Now dead middle in front is the motor with a belt on the bottom. First inspect the belt for damage then with your hand grab the belt and turn the belt a bunch one direction and then the other . This should turn the transmission in both directions ( agitate and spin ) . It doesn't turn real easily but still turn. If it locks up in one direction - bad transmission. Plug the washer back in and set for spin and watch - - - pump will run by itself for a while then motor should start and see what happens.