An Inglis washer can stop spinning for a number of reasons, including a clog in the drain hose, the lid of the washer remaining open, an excessive amount of suds or low voltage. Once the specific problem has been identified, it's possible to troubleshoot the spin.
The first thing to check if an Inglis washer won't spin is that the lid is properly shut. If the lid is closed correctly, the drain hose should be checked for a clog by unscrewing the hose from the washer and removing any items causing a blockage. If excessive suds are causing the washer not to spin, users should ensure the detergent used is suitable and correctly measured. Finally, the problem may be caused by low voltage, in which case it's recommended to call an electrician.