Model #11022956100 KENMORE Residential Washers

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During rinse/spin cycle water does not shut off so clothes are still soaked after spinning. Would that be the timer? 11022956100 Kenmore Washer

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The washer leaving the clothes very wet can be an inconvenience and can take twice as long to dry in the dryer. I did some research and I was able to find a link that will provide you with some good information. I hope this helps with your washer troubles while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph P. -
December 10, 2012
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Did you send me the link?

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Don Hathaway -
December 10, 2012
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Hi,

Thank you for your question and for letting me assist you with your repair.

In the spin cycle the first part of the cycle is neutral drain, this drains all the water out of the tub. The timer stops the motor and starts the motor back up with the transmission in spin and the clothes are then spun out. My question to you is, are the clothes laying in the bottom of the tub when you open the lid? If so the washer did not spin.
You can run this test, start the washer in the wash cycle and let the washer fill, manually advance the timer to the last 5 minutes of the wash cycle and let the washer advance on its own to the spin cycle. It should drain the water first the motor will pause and start up again and the basket will spin. If the timer does not pause the motor the transmission will not shift into spin and there will be no spin. You could open the lid and close it and the washer might spin. If this causes the washer to spin then the timer is the fault, if not then the transmission is the fault.

I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance please include more details in a reply to this entry below.
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Bill__W -
Sears Technician
December 11, 2012
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The machine actually spins when it should. The problem is that it keeps adding water during the spin cycle. It drains properly. In essence, at the end of the spin cycle the clothes are on the side of the tub(somewhat) like they should be but are still soaked because water is being continually added during the spin cycle. That is why I thought it might be the timer

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Don Hathaway -
December 14, 2012
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If water is still being added into the washer, when you shut the washer off does the water stop filling into the washer if so then it would be a timer.

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Bill__W -
Sears Technician
December 14, 2012
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Kenmore Washer Water Level Switch test

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Having a properly working washer is very important. I did some research on your model number but was not able to find a test for the water level switch. Your expert will be able to help answer your question. It may take 24-48 hours. I do hope everything works out on the washer.

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Marc -
October 01, 2012
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

Note the position of the wire colors and which terminals the wires connect to. Place one meter lead on the terminal that the violet wire was connected and leave that meter lead there. When the tub is empty of water, the meter should measure continuity across the violet wire terminal and the terminal that the pink wire was connected. When the tub is full, it should not measure continuity but should then measure continuity across the terminal the violet wire was connected and where the tan wire was connected.

I also added images below to review.

I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance as more details become available, please reply to this post.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 03, 2012
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Thanks Joey, your answer is exactly what I need, and the charts are indispensable. As it turns out, the Water Level Switch tested okay. The inlet water failing to stop must have something to do with the pressure hose, even though it appears without blemish where visible in the control panel. When I blow into it, the air passes freely. It seems that to explore the other end, removing the covering, would be a difficult procedure. Is it very likely that such a thick and flexible hose can become defective in twelve years?

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Rocky -
October 03, 2012
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Rocky: I have seen small pin holes in the hose cause by mice but generally speaking the hoses do not fail. You should be able to push the tub assembly over to the left to see the hose connected to the air dome. Also, be sure to have the tub empty of water before connecting the pressure switch hose to the pressure switch or it will over flow. Also, if you let the washer fill with water and then shut if off to allow soaking, overtime the little bit air pressure trap will escape even though the hose has not leaks. I thought my mother washers had a bad pressure switch and come to find out she likes to soak her clothes and later restart the washer and it would then add more water and over flow. She no longer shuts the washer off in order to soak and it has not overflowed since.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 03, 2012
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Joey, I took a look at the hose by peering in through the side. It is securely connected to the tube and there are no visual indications of cuts or holes. I will purchase a vinyl hose from the hardware store this Saturday to connect to the Water Level Switch and then blow into it to see if the water flow stops. If the fill-water does stop and then the washer switches into the agitation mode, I suppose that my problem is due to a bad hose. But my feeling is that it is not the hose -- there are no signs of wear. Are there any other reasons why the machine will remain in the fill mode until manually readjusted via the Timer Switch or turned off? I only come up with Water Level Switch or the connecting hose. By the way, it has a new Timer Switch.

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Rocky -
October 04, 2012
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Joey, I disconnected the hose from the Water Level Switch and blew into it while the washer was filling with water. At this point the water stopped filling and the washer began agitating. Thus, either the hose or the Air Dome Assembly is defective. Hopefully, it is the hose since the Air Dome appears permanently mounted.

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Rocky -
October 05, 2012
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Upon removal of the hose to the Water Level Switch, I found a quarter-inch gash slicing the hose nearly in half, which was caused by long-term rubbing against the inside edge of a plastic loop used to hold the hose in place at its connection point to the Air Dome Assembly. When replaced the machine worked as expected. I wrapped a low-friction tape around the hose where contact is made inside this hard-plastic loop to help prevent wear. This hard plastic support loop is a failing point to the machine and should be replaced with a soft support loop that will not cut into the vinyl hose during normal movements of the tube. Please submit this information to the point of manufacturing. Joey, thanks again for your help.

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Rocky -
October 06, 2012
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Rocky: Thank you for replying. I have worked on many of these models and I have never seen a hole worn by the plastic hose retainer. I'm glad you found and resolved the problem.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 06, 2012
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sears elite washer 110.22956100

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Manage My Life is a great website to speak directly to an expert who can help you every step of the way to solving the problem you are having. An expert shall have an answer to your question within 24 to 48 hours. Have a great day.

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Alina F. -
August 13, 2011
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From the description you give I suspect the shipping pins where not all removed. Perhaps one stayed in place which caused the aggressive out of balance which moved the washer to the middle of the laundry room.

Remove all of the pins. The wire may be the remains of a broken pin.

The image below may help with this problem.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
August 14, 2011
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