Model #11016922502 KENMORE Residential Washers

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Q:

replace the timer on a washer model 110.16922502

A:

There are different ways to remove timer knobs and this one appears to be the twist off type. Press the knob in and then turn it counterclockwise to remove it. Before removing the timer, be sure to disconnect power from washer first.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
June 08, 2010
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We got the timer changed out and it worked fine but we still have a small problem. We lift the lid and when we close it the washer wont run again. Could there be a problem also with the lid switch? Thanks in advance.

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kidldc -
June 27, 2010
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What is wrong with my Kenmore model 11016922502 washer temperature control when it won't fill with cold water?

A:

From the description you give most likely the temperature control has failed.

The 1st image below contains the wiring diagram for your washer.

If you have a volt/ohm meter and are comfortable using it then you can ohm the coils of the water valve and check the ATC sensor (thermistor) and see it the circuit is open.

The thermistor is part of the 3979346 water valve.

The ATC switch is part number 8571735 and can be obtained from the following link: Sears PartsDirect .

If you have no meter then it's a little more difficult to be sure which part you need, the valve with thermistor or the switch.

One trick to check this without a meter is if the hot water valve works then swap the wires from the hot water valve to the cold water valve. If the hot water was working then we know there is voltage on the wires so if we swap the wires to the cold solenoid and don't get cold water you know the valve is bad.

The 2nd image shows how to raise the console and remove the cabinet to access the switch and valve. The 3rd image contains a little more detail about removing the cabinet. It also includes information on how to bypass the lid switch to run the washer.

I hope this information helps to resolve this problem but submit another question with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
September 19, 2009

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