Model #1107204613 KENMORE Residential Washers

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Q:

What is the capacity of the tub in my Kenmore washer model 110.7204613?

A:

What is the capacity of the tub in my Kenmore washer model 110.7204613?

Due to the age of the appliance I am unable to locate the exact capacity of your washer. Older washers usually have a capacity of 3-3.5 cubic ft.

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Korinna S -
Sears Technician
January 18, 2010
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What is wrong and what should I check on my model 110.7204613 washer when it will agitate but won't drain or spin?

A:

If this washer will agitate and if the motor is running in the drain cycle but the washer is not draining the problem will not be the transmission and most likely won't be the timer either.

The cause of the washer not draining can be the timer, control magnet (wig-wag) or a bad pump. The most likely would be the wig-wag or pump.

If you wish to repair this yourself then the first thing to do is to remove the access panel in the rear of the washer. Looking in from the rear you should see the wig wag (control magnet) move back and forth. There are two solenoids (marked wig and wag in the image) but receives voltage from the timer to agitate or drain and spin.

If there is no voltage then it is likely the timer is bad. This is a difficult problem because it is difficult to check the voltage with the wig wag moving back and forth. It can be check for continuity across the terminals if you have access to a volt/ohm meter and are comfortable using it.

From the back with the washer running when it transitions from agitate to drain the solenoid should click and raise the plunger up and move the cam bar which moves the pump lever.

If the washer is not draining and nothing happens with the solenoid then the timer or wig wag is bad.

If the plunger pulls up and the cam bar slides then the pump can be the problem. The pump can have a sock or other obstruction in it and it may help to remove the hoses and check. Be sure the washer is unplugged when you do this. There will be some water leakage when the hoses are removed.

The 350365 pump and 84867 wig wag can both be obtained from the following link: SearsParts Direct . Both of these parts can be changed with a little do-it-yourself labor.

Just to give you a comparison you can view some new similar washers: New Similar Washers .

There are some excellent washers between $328 and $400 dollars and if the wig wag and pump are not the problem then most likely it would be better to replace than to repair.

I hope this information is helpful to you but submit another question with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 08, 2009

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