Model #11024934200 KENMORE Residential Washers

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How to replace tub seals/center post gaskets on Kenmore model# 110.24934200

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I can understand your need for some type of instructions on how to properly replace the tub seals on your washer. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did some research on the unit. At this time, I was unable to locate information that would be helpful in regards to your question. Some of these questions that are asked will need specific research and will be answered by an expert with-in two business days but usually sooner.

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Julio -
July 26, 2013
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Thank you for your question. These occasional leaks can be the hardest to diagnose. Before tearing down the washer and replacing gaskets, there are some other items I would check, especially since this is an occasional problem.

  • Verify vacuum break is positioned correctly in the feature panel.
  • Verify machine is level.
  • Check counterbalance spring.
  • Inspect inlet hose from the inlet valve to vacuum break.
  • Inspect drain hose connections to pump and tub.
  • Look for cracks in the tub.
  • Inspect inlet hoses.
  • Check water inlet valve.
  • Inspect tub ring clips to make sure not damage and clipped in securely. Water can come over the tub ring occasionally causing a leak.
  • Inspect tub ring gasket. The tub ring may need to be replaced if water comes over top.
  • Check that neutral drain is working. (Not pumping out before the spin).

The image below has the parts circled that should be checked.The first image shows how to remove the cabinet. My money is on the tub ring.

If the above checks good, and it looks like this is indeed the center post gasket, you can use this video as a guide. Parts can be ordered at Sears Parts Direct .  The tub gasket is part #383727 . 

If further help is needed,please reply.  Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Barbara H. -
Sears Technician
July 27, 2013
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Thanks for replying. So is tub ring/seal and center post gasket..................are they the same part??? Are they both part# 383727?

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joey -
July 28, 2013
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Hi Joey. I am sorry, that did need additional information. The tub ring and gasket is at the top of the washer, key #8 in the image below. The center post gasket is at the bottom of the tub, key #16. The tub ring and gasket, if it is the cause of the occasional leak, would save you from tearing down the washer. The tub ring, part #8528150, has a history of water occasionally going over the top of the ring and leaking down to the bottom. It might mislead and look like the leak is coming from the bottom of the washer. It is accessed by raising the top of the washer. This new part was redesigned to redirect the water back into the tub. The second image below shows how to remove the tub ring. Both of these parts can also be viewed in the parts diagram at Sears Parts Direct. I am also e-mailing the images below, in case they do not display. If I can help further, please let me know.

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Barbara H. -
Sears Technician
July 28, 2013
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OK, this is starting to make sense now. When the washer "decides" to leak, it will leak while spinning out. It never leaks just holding water in the tub. So from what I'm reading, the tub/or center post seal is probably good. The tub ring may be the culprit. Now with the tub ring part #8528150, am I purchasing just the large round gasket, or am I getting BOTH the white plastic tub ring AND a large round gasket??? I'm a little confused on exactly what I would be getting! And thanks!!!

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joey -
July 28, 2013
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Hi Joey. You will need the complete tub ring with gasket. The part number is for both. Just the gasket would not take care of this issue.

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Barbara H. -
Sears Technician
July 28, 2013
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That video link you gave me showing how to break down the washer IS VERY HELPFUL. Thank you for all your help. This website is THE BEST!!!

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joey -
July 28, 2013
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Kenmore washer floods laundry room....next 5 test loads.....not one drop of water!!!

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I want to really take my hat off to you in regards to your thoroughness! I'm willing to bet the kind of inspection you conducted would coincide with the kind of work you do. Joey, it could have simply been an anomaly. A one time fluke. I'm going to forward this to our expert team and let them incubate on it for a while. You should hear back from them within a day or two. Thank you for contacting us and have a nice Tuesday afternoon.

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Henry -
August 28, 2012
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What a strange problem you have. You have covered the bases and from the description you give I would suspect a hose come loose but I can't imagine how it fixed itself. The one part that can cause a flood then start to work is the water valve. Sometimes a valve might stick in the open position and cause a flood. Turning the washer off or even unplugging it will not stop the water. From the description you give the water came from underneath and not over the top of the tub. If the water did come over the top I'd suggest replacing the water valve. The cabinet of the washer can be removed. The washer can be used with the cabinet removed. This might help pin this problem down. A centerpost gasket might leak but it usually doesn't fix itself. The images below show how to raise the console and remove the cabinet. The washer can be ran with the cabinet removed. This may help pin this problem down. I hope this helps. You can reply with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
August 29, 2012
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One other thought is if you have a floor drain water might have backed up if the drain was clogged.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
August 29, 2012
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No, I do not have a floor drain. I personally saw the water flowing from underneath the washer, NOT over the top of washer. At first I was worried the tub had rusted through but with the tests I performed, that would not be the case. What about the water pump??? I know the water started flooding from underneath the washer when the water pump came on to pump out water to begin the 2nd rinse cycle. BUT.......if it was the water pump.......it did perfect during my test loads. I tried it again today. It is doing perfect. So I'm still stumped?!?!?!?

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joey -
August 29, 2012
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Any more ideas on this washer dilemma?????????????????

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joey -
August 30, 2012
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One thing about leaks is that they are usually consistent. I'm glad that you were able to confirm the leak was not over the top or from a floor drain. Te fact you visually saw the leak also eliminates a drain system problem. I show this to be a model 110.24934200 direct drive washer. There is a centerpost gasket that might leak but I don't under stand how it was such a large leak before but not doesn't leak at all. I would not suggest running the washer and leaving the house. The leak may repeat at the worse possible time. The drain pump might leak but it should be a consistant leak. I wish I had a more certain answer but unit it leaks again I'm afraid we can't determine what the problem is.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
August 31, 2012
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Any other leaks since?? I have the exact same washer and had the exact same thing happen to me a few weeks ago!! Ive done 3 loads since then with no leaks, and checked everything with no issues being found. I don't want to have to babysit the washer everytime I use it! If yours stopped leaking I will feel better about the whole thing!

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Steph -
July 25, 2013
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Funny you would write this now! It did great with no leaks for almost one year and my wife did a very small load on gentle cycle and water ran from under washer.........just that one time. Next load.........NO LEAKS! I'm guessing there must be a tub seal that is going bad. My washer is now 10 years old so its understandable if the seal is going bad. I will do some research and see what I can find out. Maybe you can do the same and see who finds the part first. Like I have said in these posts, I turned washer on its back, and looked underneath with very good lighting............could not find any leaks, or drops of water from anywhere. Its a mystery to me.........but washer still works great......and new washers costs BIG BUCKS so this one needs to keep worker for a few more years. Stay in touch and maybe we can help each other.

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joey -
July 25, 2013
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Transmission leak on Kenmore washer!

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Anna T -
September 19, 2012
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

It's not abnormal to see a small spot of oil lying under the washer. A small amount of oil leaking can appear to be a lot of oil especially if the washer is sitting on a concrete floor. My own washer shows signs of leaking some oil but it's not enough to be concerned about. The transmission will not fail if it leaks a small amount of oil. There is small vent hole on top of the gear case cover that can vent oil and it can also leak out the vent hole if the washer is laid on its back too.

I added a link below to a previous answer that will have a video showing how to replace the clutch. The video will show you how to remove the gear case/transmission.

The gear case/transmission # 3360629 for model 110.24934200 can be ordered from Sears Parts Direct.

My Kenmore washer #110.25864400 has a weak clutch which affects the spin cycle. How can this be replaced

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
September 20, 2012
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