Are you saying that the wash basket itself is loose? Please give me the rest of the model number after the "110" Please try and give more details about your spin problem and we'll get to the bottom of this. Thanks!
Thanks!If its just the basket that is loose, not the whole tub and the basket feels loose when you move it by hand, you may have a problem with the basket drive block or possibly the basket drive assembly itself. To inspect the drive block, remove the cabinet from the frame by following the directions below to the point of cabinet removal ONLY (now that your console screws may be located underneath side-end covers that just snap right off from the top):Now remove the tub ring located at #8 in the diagram, remove the cap from the agitator, remove the agitator screw # ***** in diagram,remove the agitator itself and inspect the top of the drive block. It may look like this if its worn along with your excessive basket play :If the drive block is bad, you will now need to remove the entire basket by removing the spanner nut, removing the basket then replacing the block.Here is the diagram upper part of the basket drive system on your machine as well as the other upper basket and tub parts mentioned. The drive block is # ***** in this diagram:
Please read my last response. To determine if there is an actual mechanical problem causing this, you will need to INSPECT the probable parts by removing the cabinet. Here is another diagram which will help you find the suspect spring as well as the other tub suspension springs once the cabinet is off. It cannot tell you what is broken from here and can only help you based on YOUR observations, you must follow the instructions and check the parts.