Model #11082371610 KENMORE Residential Washers

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Kenmore Washer Stopped, Mid-Load, With the Motor Still Running

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That's great that you are wanting to know what the problem would be. I was able to find a link that provides general information. I hope that it helps in giving you some idea upon what your issue can be. http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/questions/116985-kenmore-washer-spinning-draining-2

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celene -
November 11, 2010
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Thanks celene! But I think I need an answer in greater depth. I'll re-submit.

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TimCall -
November 12, 2010
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My firs thought from the description you give is the belt broke.

The belt powers the agitation, spin and drain.

If the belt breaks then there will be no spin, drain or agitation even though you can hear the motor running.

You can check this by removing the rear access panel to the washer.

Keep in mind this is an old washer and right now the direct drive washer which replaced this style is available brand new for approximately $329 dollars.

If just the belt broke then it might be worth repairing but if anything else is broke it might be better to replace than to repair.

Check the belt and reply to me for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
November 12, 2010
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The belt seems to be in pretty good shape; although it is not as tight as say an auto alternator belt is... I have thought about a new unit but I sure would like it if I cold get just a few more years out of this one. Any other thoughts? Thanks Fred!

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TimCall -
November 12, 2010
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There are two problems. The washer won't drain and the washer won't agitate but the belt is in good shape. I'm unclear if the motor is running or not. The belt turns the drain pump on this washer. The pump has a lever that fits into a notch on a cam bar. At some point in the rear you should see the cam bar move. There is a part called a "wig-wag" that moves back and forth that controls the cam bar. Not draining might just be a pump problem but not agitating and not draining make me thing the problem is the wig wag. The wig-wag contains a solenoid/magnet which is energized by 120 volts and pulls up on a cam bar causing the one of the two cam bars to move. Take a look from the access panel and see if you notice anything or see the parts I'm describing. The wig-wag can be checked for resistance with a meter if you have one. Let me know what you see.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
November 13, 2010
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Ok, here's where I am. The wig wag resistance measures at exactly 200. I've read that at the 1000 ohm setting it should measure between 200 and 800. Is a 200 ohm resistance OK to go with or does such a low reading mean it is on its last legs? I pulled the timer out to check the switches. They seem good. Although I am going to burnish a couple of the point contacts... Now to get it re-installed. Since I did not take note of where the timer was set when I removed it, how do I get it set correctly for re-install? Is there a place I can go to find out what the coded numbers/letters that are stamped on the housing are referring to? Like the bottom series of numbers/letters are: IP IO-BK IBR . Thanks Fred! Tim

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TimCall -
November 15, 2010
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Both solenoids should have approximately the same reading. You could also check voltage to the solenoid but some clips for the meter leads will br needed. The leads clipped to the solenoid is the only way to be sure. The other information you requested is not available for this older model.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
November 16, 2010
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Great! My washer is up and running! I replaced the wigwag and the belt and am back in business. Many thanks Fred for your good and accurate information! Blessings, Tim

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TimCall2 -
November 20, 2010
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Kenmore 110 Washer Stopped, Mid-Load, the Motor Contiued to Run

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I can understand the importance of having your washer. I have provided you with a couple of links that may help you understand why your washer isn't working properly. I attached the links below. I hope this helps!

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Jacqueline S -
November 12, 2010
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Your likely failure is a broken drive belt (part 95405). Here is a direct Sears PartsDirect.com link for that part: Belt . The belt will come with installation instructions.

You may also need to replace the drain pump. This pump likely froze up and caused the belt to fail. The non-suds save pump is no longer available. If your washer is a suds saver model, the pump is part number 350365. Her is a direct link for that part: Pump .

According to your details, the timer will likely need to be replaced since it is stalling. If the washer is a suds saver, the timer is no longer available.

Based on the age of this washer and the parts needed, I recommend that you consider replacing the washer instead of repairing it.

If you need more help, reply with additional details and we will assist you further.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 13, 2010
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