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The poor drainage is likely from an obstruction either in the tub outlet or in the drain path.
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I apologize, I misunderstood your initial post. It is likely that the pressure tube is plugged and the control cannot see that the water has drained to allow the spin to engage. The pressure hose is connected to the main control in the upper control panel area. Can you remove that hose and blow though it (the hose)? Does air easily pass?
The washer does not need to be moved. If you slide a putty knife under the end cap on either end of the timer console, the entire panel will release and hinge up, allowing access to the control and the pressure tube.
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