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If the spin cycle noise you are referring to was a loud roaring sound during spin, this means the tub bearings went bad, when that happens it causes a lot of drag on the motor as the bearings get worse its causes more and more drag until eventually the computer senses this resistance from the motor and will not allow the washer to spin anymore. It's a very expensive job to replace the tub bearings as the entire washer has to be completely broken down and involves a lot of labor. What I would suggest at this point, and given the age of the washer, is to buy a new or a good used one, as that washer will not be worth the cost of reparing it/.
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