Model #11081350100 KENMORE Residential Washers

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Why does my washer die in the spin cycle?

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I looked at the wiring diagram for your washer. I see that a bad lid switch could prevent your washer from draining and spinning. I recommend checking this component first. A loose wire or mechanical problem in this switch could be causing your problem. If you disconnect electrical power and temporarily "jump" (attach an insulated wire across the wire harness connections to the switch to simulate the lid being closed) the switch, you can verify whether this is the failure. NOTE: The lid switch is an important safety feature of the washer. It should not remain jumped. Disconnect the wire and replace the switch if it is bad.

A break in the wiring harness or a timer issue could also cause this problem.

If the above tips do not help you resolve this washer problem, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Sears Technician
March 03, 2008

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