Model #11082984130 KENMORE Residential Washers

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Q:

Why is my Kenmore washer model number 110.82984130 hot water not dispensing?

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Why is my Kenmore washer model number 110.82984130 hot water not dispensing?

The slow hot water flow will have to be related to your hot water supply, a restricted filter screen in one of the two ends of the cold fill hose, a restricted filter screen in the water valve or a faulty water inlet valve. It will not be the ETC sensor or vacuum break.

Turn the hot water faucet off and remove the hot water fill hose connection from the back of the washer and lay the end of the hose inside the tub and turn the hot water faucet back on. If you don't have good water pressure, turn the hot water off and remove the hose from the faucet and look at that end of the hose for filter screen, it may have one there that is clogged. Confirm you have good water flow directly out of the hot water faucet. If you have good flow directly out of the faucet and there is no restrictions at either end of the fill hose, check the screens in the water inlet valve. If there are no restrictions, replace the water inlet valve on the washer.

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Luis L -
Sears Technician
January 04, 2010
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Why does the hot water only dribble in?

A:

The slow hot water flow will have to be related to your hot water supply, a restricted filter screen in one of the two ends of the cold fill hose, a restricted filter screen in the water valve or a faulty water inlet valve. It will not be the etc sensor or vacuum break.

Turn the hot water faucet off and remove the hot water fill hose connection from the back of the washer and lay the end of the hose inside the tub and turn the hot water faucet back on. If you don't have good water pressure, turn the hot water off and remove the hose from the faucet and look at that end of the hose for filter screen, it may have one there that is clogged. Confirm you have good water flow directly out of the hot water faucet. If you have good flow directly out of the faucet and there is no restrictions at either end of the fill hose, check the screens in the water inlet valve. If there are no restrictions, replace the water inlet valve on the washer.

In order to access and replace the water inlet valve will require removing the washer cabinet. See attachment in your e-mail.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
December 31, 2009

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