Model #11081361130 KENMORE Residential Washers

  • Top And Cabinet Parts
    3 Results
  • Controls & Rear Panel Parts
    3 Results
  • Agitator Basket & Tub Parts
    3 Results
  • Miscellaneous Parts
    3 Results
  • Brake Clutch Gearcase Motor & Pump Parts
    3 Results
  • Wiring Harness Parts
    3 Results
  • Machine Base Parts
    3 Results
  • Brake And Drive Tube Parts
    3 Results
  • Gearcase Parts
    3 Results
  • Brake And Drive Tube Parts
    3 Results
Find part by diagram >

Error Codes

Error Code:

Condition:

Check/Repair:

Question and Answers

Q:

oil leaking 11081361130 Kenmore Electric washer

A:

Hello glad to help.  Thank You for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com

I am sorry and do understand your frustration when there is the trouble with the washer.

Glad to help out.   Im  looking at your Kenmore model number 110.81361130.
 
I am sorry to say but the gear drive is sold as a complete unit.   It isn available to get the internal seals for it.  The Gear case is sold as a whole unit and right above it is the gear clutch.   Did you look into it?
 
I have the picture of the parts on the link below.   Has the gear case as number 9, the clutch is in the box number 5 and the brake drive tube as key number 1.
 
 
 
 If you have further questions please let me know.
Thanks for choosing Sears PartsDirect.com
 

Read More
Larry L -
Sears Technician
December 02, 2013
Q:

Why my Kenmore 60 Series washer does not drain?

A:

I'm sorry that you are having a problem with your washer. I did some research and found an expert answer to a similar question. I hope it will shed some light on the repair for you. You may want to resubmit your question with the model # so you will receive the most accurate answer. If you need to schedule service you can do it on line at searshomeservices.com. I attached both links below

Read More
James -
December 01, 2010
A:

Thank you for your question.

By what you have stated, it sounds like a lid switch failure. The lid switch has to be closed for the drain and spin cycle on most washers. If the lid switch is faulty, it will act as if the lid is not closed. On most models, make sure the lid hinge screws are tight. If the screws are loose, the hinge might not activate the lid switch. A quick check you can do is to jump the lid switch and see if it will drain. If the washer operates, the lid switch needs to be replaced.

To jump the lid switch you need to unplug the washer and open the console. I have provided you with the instructions for opening the console on most models below. Once you have the console open, locate the connector for the lid switch. Place an insulated jumper between the two colored wires. Not the green it is a ground and will cause a short. After inserting the jumper make sure it will not touch anything metal, plug the washer in. Start the washer in a drain cycle. If the washer drains and spins, you need to replace the lid switch. Do not leave the jumper in while you are waiting for the part. The jumper is only of the test.

To you replace the lid switch you have to remove the cabinet of the washer. The instructions for most models are also in the image below. Once the cabinet is removed you can take the screws out securing the lid switch and remove the harness from the clips along the underside of the cabinet. Then reinstall the lid switch in the reverse order. Before you reassemble the cabinet, please read the instructions for installing the cabinet provided in the image.

I hope this is helpful. Please reply below with a model number if you need further assistance.

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 .

Thank you for using Manage my life. Mark T.

Read More
Mark T -
Sears Technician
December 02, 2010
A:

Mark/James, Thanks for your answers. The exact model is 110.81361130. I tried to activate the "actuator" by pushing it down with a screwdriver. It didn't work. I'm leaning towards the lid switch based on your recommendations. I did remove the cover successfully, but I have problems locating what/where the lid switch is. Could you give me some leads here, please? I apologize for my lack of knowledge, but I don't know how to "jump" the lid switch in order to verify it is actually the problem. Is it complicated? Victor

Read More
victordcguaro -
December 02, 2010
A:

Thank you for your reply. The lid switch is attached to the underside of the washer's top. The connector you have to disconnect is the plug for the lid switch. Follow the wires from the connector under the top to locate the lid switch. To jump the lid switch you will need an insulated piece of wire about 3 inches long. Then strip about 1/2 inch of insulation off each end. Bend the wire unto a U shape and inset one end of the jumper wire into the each wire for the lid switch connector. This would be the connector that is attached to the washer not the cabinet. The switch closes the contacts between the two wires. When you install the jumper wire in you are doing the same thing the switch would do if it was working. I hope this is helpful.

Read More
Mark T -
Sears Technician
December 02, 2010
A:

Mark, when you mention underside of the "washer's top", are you referring to the cover where the controls are, or the top of the washer at the same level of the lid? I mean, do I have to look from the back of the washer, or just removing the cover suffice? Thanks.

Read More
victordcguaro -
December 02, 2010
A:

Mark, I could jump the switch and confirmed the washer does drain and spin. So now it's obvious the switch lid is the problem. Called Sears and found out the part number is 279347, priced for $30. Thanks a lot for your expert advice!

Read More
victordcguaro -
December 02, 2010
A:

I replaced the lid switch and my washer is working great now. THANKS!

Read More
victordcguaro -
December 05, 2010
A:

Good job you saved at least $129.00 in labor cost. Please keep us in mind, next time you have a problem with any appliance.

Read More
Mark T -
Sears Technician
December 05, 2010
See more answers

Top Parts