Model #11082230100 KENMORE Residential Washers

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Washer Capacity 11082230100 Kenmore Electric washer

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Samantha A -
Sears Technician
June 20, 2014
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How do I troubleshoot the none draining drain pump on my Kenmore model 110.82230100 washer?

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When the washer doesn't drain the problem can be with the drain pump or the control magnets (wig wag).

The motor must be running for the washer to drain. This washer motor runs only one direction and drain is accomplished by the timer delivering voltage to the wig wag. A solenoid activates and lifts a plunger that engages a cam bar that moves a lever on the pump which changes the pump from recirculation to drain.

A no drain can be caused by a bad timer, pressure switch, wig wag or pump.

First to access these parts you remove the rear access panel in the rear. With the panel off look for the wig wag which has two solenoids on it and when the washer is running this parts goes back and forth. The only other part you would see moving is the belt. See the image below for a picture of this part. Before going any further I'd suggest you lower the drain hose over a shallow pan or heavy towel and see if any water drains out. If no water comes out then there may be something in the pump blocking it. You would have to pull the hoses to the pump off and check for obstructions.

Going up into the wig wag solenoid are two plungers. When the wig wag receives voltage the solenoid pulls up on the plunger and engages a cam bar that moves. The cam bar moves and causes a lever on the pump that sits in a notch on the cam bar to move to the drain position. The 2nd and 3rd picture below may help you picture this.

Another thing to try is to grab the belt and try and pull it around or back and forth. Sometimes the pump pulley seizes up and pulling the belt back and forth may free it.

Check the pump lever is in the notch of the cam bar. You can also try and move the lever manually.

If you have access to a volt/ohm meter and are comfortable using it then you can ohm out both solenoids and see if one has an open circuit.

It's difficult to check voltage to the wig wag because it is moving back and forth continuously.

I hope this information helps your resolve this problem but submit another question with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
September 16, 2009

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