Model #11092579110 KENMORE Residential Washers

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  • Rear Panel
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  • Agitator, Basket & Tub
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  • Miscellaneous
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  • Brake,clutch,gearcase,motor&pump
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  • Wiring Harness
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Q:

How do I replace the motor coupler in my washer?

A:

I added images showing specific parts and instructions on how to remove the motor once the cabinet has been removed.

First, Disconnect the power cord to the washer.

  • Remove each screw located at the bottom of the console (key#1) at each corner.
  • Slide the console forwards and then hinge it up and over the rear panel as shown in the second image.
  • Remove the two gold colored cabinet clips securing the top to the rear panel. Place the tip of a screwdriver in the first valley, push the handle end towards the rear and the clip will pop loose.
  • Disconnect the lid switch quick disconnect plug from the top.
  • Tilt the washer cabinet forwards and walk the cabinet clear of the washer.
  • Follow the instructions in the first image on removing the motor and motor coupler.
  • Reverse the procedure to reassemble the washer.

I added a link below on how to replace the motor coupler.

How do I replace the motor coupler in my washer?

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 15, 2008
A:

I found the coupler already and it has NOTHING to do with the top of the washer...

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aggravated10001 -
October 27, 2010
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Best as I can tell, this is a new way to waste mine and others time......I have received NO help and I don't appreciate being lead on to believe that I could actually get any free help. At this point, if I had to replace my washer, you could bet your pay check that it WOULD NOT be a Sears product. The unit is only about 2 years old, and I should not be having these problems to begin with. Currently, my husband and myself are unemployed and I was trying to save money with this repair. However, I find you to be unaccomodating and very useless. Thanx for nothing!!!!!!

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aggravated10001 -
October 27, 2010
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PS....The above model number does not even match what I turned in......

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aggravated10001 -
October 27, 2010
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I am also needing these instructions for my washer but on the instructions that you gave this person they do not include the steps 1-3 and those are instructions that I need as well. Can you please add these instructions so I can solve my issue as well? thank you for your time

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Anonymous -
January 10, 2011
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Q:

my washing machine won't stop filling

A:

Something like this is either caused by a defective water valve or pressure switch most of the time. If you have to turn the water off at the faucet to stop the water from filling you will need to replace the water valve. If the water shuts off when you push-in the timer you need to replace the pressure switch & possibly the press switch hose or outer tub. Water valve; 285805, water level switch (pressure switch) 3356467 www.searspartsdirect.com

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 .

SAFETY NOTICE: Be sure to disconnect power to the appliance before performing any repairs. If you are not comfortable with doing any voltage checks that might be recommended, please contact your local service provider for repairs. Be aware that there could be sharp edges inside the appliance that could cause cuts or other injuries to yourself or others.

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biker dave -
Sears Technician
May 12, 2010
Q:

Why does my Kenmore washer 110.92579110 make a loud buzzing noise during the spin cycle?

A:

Core Issue: Why does my Kenmore washer 110.92579110 make a loud buzzing noise during the spin cycle?

I can't make a definitive answer since I can't hear the noise but as long as the washer is agitating it should be okay. If the transmission is exceptionally loud then it would need to be replaced. If the noise is the only problem I recommend you continue to use the washer till the transmission quits working. If the noise is loud enough that you want the transmission changed I recommend a technician do the repair.

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Maria M. - Personal Solutions Manager -
Sears Technician
November 17, 2009

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