Model #11022932101 KENMORE Residential Washers

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Q:

How do I remove the transmission on a Kenmore Elite washer?

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Please see the images provided for the information you requested. The console support screws are behind the end caps on your model, end caps just pull off. Also, the lid switch harness is a 3 wire connector going down through the top of the cabinet, just unplugs.

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biker dave -
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Hey Dave, how do I remove the auger agitator to get to the bolt that holds the tub in place Thanks

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George -
April 25, 2011
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I forgot to mention that there's some sort of ratchet mechanism that has to come out first

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George -
April 25, 2011
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Kenmore Elite laundry washer is not working

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Washers that will not agitate or spin are basically useless on laundry day except if you have a lot of soaking to do. We have all had this frustrating issue. I found a previous post that may help while you wait for the expert answer. I attached below. Hope this helps!

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Barbara H. -
September 24, 2010
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In the details of your question, you did not indicate if the washer was full of water. Therefore, I will assume the washer is draining but not spinning.

If the motor of the washer is running but will not agitate or spin the problem is most likely the motor coupler. The coupler links the motor to the transmission. I have included an image of a coupler below. To check the motor coupler you need to remove the cabinet of the washer. The second image below will give you the instructions for removing the cabinet.

To remove the broken parts of the coupler use a large screwdriver to pry the coupler off the motor and transmission shaft. Then use a deep well socket and a hammer to tap the new coupler on. The coupler parts should be flush with the motor and transmission shaft. When reinstalling the motor place the black donut part onto the transmission side first. Then make reference of the three open spaces. The motor part has to slide into these. Once the motor is aligned, reinstall the motor clips. You can now reassemble the washer and test the operation.

I hope this is helpful.

If you need further assistance, please reply with more details.

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Here is a link to order any parts you need. Sears Parts Direct .

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
September 25, 2010
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Why does my Kenmore washer stop operating when it reaches the spin cycle?

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I must assume the motor will not operate in any drain and spin cycle. The most likely failure is either the safety lid switch has failed or the right lid hinge is not activating/pushing the lid switch actuator down far enough to close the switch.

In order to access the lid switch under the top will require removing the washer cabinet. The top is not designed to come off for servicing.

To access the lid switch the washer cabinet will need to be removed. See images below.

  • First, disconnect the power cord from the power source.

  • The console (key#26) will need to be placed in the service position by removing two (2) hidden screws, one (1) screw is located at the bottom of the left hand end cap (key#7) and one (1) screw is located at the bottom of the right hand end cap (key#10).

  • In order to access these two (2) hidden screws, the left hand end cap trim (key#8) and under the right hand end cap trim (key#15) will need to be removed.

  • To remove the trim (key#8&15), place you finger behind the trim at the very top and bend it up enough to clear the console and then hinge it towards the front and off.

  • Remove the hidden screw under each end cap trim. Slide the console forwards about 1/4 inch and the raise it upwards and hinge it over the rear panel.

  • Disconnect the 3 wire lid switch harness plug located on the top. Pop the two (2) gold colored cabinet retainer clips off. See image below.

  • Place the tip of a flat tipped screw driver down into the first valley and then push the handle end to the rear of the washer to pop off the cabinet clips.

  • Open the lid and grab the opening and tilt the top of the washer cabinet forwards just a few degrees and then walk it backwards and off.

  • The lid switch mounted under the main top is now accessible to remove and replace.

Reverse the procedure to re-assemble the washer.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
December 01, 2009

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