Model #11092093100 KENMORE Residential Washers

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Q:

How can I test the control circuit board of my Kenmore washer model 110.92093100?

A:

Sorry without much information on your question I can only give a basic answer. If the washer will not fill but will spin; the water valve is most likely bad. If the washer fills but will not agitate or spin could be a timer or a motor.

If the washer fills and agitates and will not spin most likely the lid switch is bad. Please submit your question with more detail for a more detailed answer.

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Mark T Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
December 03, 2009
Q:

Why does my Kenmore model 110.92093100 washer fill okay in the warm/warm setting but barely fills in the cold/cold setting?

A:

The water pressure to the cold water inlet valve must have a minimum pressure of 20 pounds per square inch and the description you give concerning the supply valve must be turned very low concerns me.

First a little background on the water system for this washer. There is a temperature control board that regulates water to the valves. Warm fills are controlled so a mixture of hot and cold water will produce rinse water that is approximately 70 degrees.

Warm fill would be a mixture of hot and cold and the hot valve may be covering up a slow filling cold water valve.

If the water is coming in slowly just when the cold/cold is selected then most likely the cold water valve is defective.

There is a simple way to check this problem with out a volt meter. You can swap the inlet hoses to the water valve. Since there is no problem with the hot fill swap the cold inlet hose with the hot inlet hose from the water supply.

With the hot water hose from the house spigot hooked up to the cold water valve and the cold inlet hose hooked up the hot valve you can try a cold fill.

If the water comes in with good pressure then the cold water valve is okay and the problem is a bad water control spigot.

With the cold water hose hooked up to the hot valve check and see if the pressure is low during fill. If the pressure is low then the water supply valve is most likely the problem since there was no problem with the hot inlet valve previously.

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

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
August 07, 2009

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