Parts that can help fix a washer that is not spinning are available from Repair Clinic, Sears Parts Direct and Part Select, as of 2015. Common causes of a lack of spin include faulty lid switch assemblies, motor couplings and drive belts, according to Repair Clinic.
Repair Clinic offers a list of troubleshooting options to help shoppers narrow down the likelihood of specific part malfunctions causing washers to stop spinning. The site offers a variety of parts, including door latches, motor control boards and drive pulleys, to help get washers back up and running. Repair Clinic ships items on the date of purchase for orders placed before 8 p.m. ET, and its 365-day return policy helps ensure that customers get the right part for the job. Repair Clinic also notes that tub bearings, basket drives and transmissions can also cause a lack of spin.
Sears Parts Direct offers parts including bolt assemblies and washer door hinges to help repair issues related to a lack of spin, and all parts are approved by manufacturers to ensure a guaranteed fit when placed in a compatible washer model. Sears ships its parts from many regionally located warehouses, cutting down on transit times.
Part Select lists the problems that specific parts can address alongside each product description, making it easier to find washer parts related to spin issues.