Model #11092588410 KENMORE Residential Washers

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  • Miscellaneous
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  • Brake,clutch,gearcase,motor&pump
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Q:

stuck spin basket

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Removing a tub from a washer may seem like a difficult task without the proper instructions.  While you are waiting for an expert to respond I was able to locate some great information that could possibly assist you with your issue.  I have added the link. Hope this helps!

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Yadira B -
April 30, 2013
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I have the proper instructions. It's a video of the procedure using a clean, like new unit. The basket just lifted out. My question is: how do you solve the problem of a basket that is STUCK?

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Char -
May 01, 2013
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Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

You did not mention if you have already removed the spanner nut securing the basket to the drive block or not. If you have not removed the large spanner nut, you will need to remove it first. Once the spanner nut has been taken off, push down on the front outer edge of the spin basket with some force and then rotate the basket 1/4 turn and push down again. Keep doing this and it the basket will likely break loose from the drive block. Once the basket becomes loose, then you should be able to lift the spin basket out. You can also spray some WD40 around the top of the aluminum drive block to help it break loose from the basket. I have never come across a spin basket that would not break loose from the drive block. Usually pushing down hard on the front of the spin basket will break it loose from the drive block.

The basket sits on the drive block and not directly on the shaft of the drive tube. I added an image of the drive block below. Once you remove the spin basket you will likely need to knock the drive block up and off of the shaft of the basket drive tube.

I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance as more details become available, please reply to this post. 

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
May 01, 2013
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Yes, I have removed the spanner nut with the proper spanner tool. Thanks for the advice! You are the first one that came up with a detailed way of doing this! I was rotating the drum a quarter turn with no success, but I did not push down in front.

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Char -
May 01, 2013
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I want to tell you about the corrosion on the bottom of the inner basket tube. Have you heard of this before? It's right where four nylon raised locking tabs(?) are. The nylon is showing through, and on one I can poke a ice pick through. Can this be hanging this thing up? Is the tub ruined? Still can't get it off, but it now has about 1/4" of play.

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Char -
May 01, 2013
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Char: The nylon you see is most likely the lint filter tabs that lock the lint filter to the bottom of the spin basket. These would not prevent the basket from coming out. Just keep pushing down hard at the front upper edge of the basket to break loose the stuck basket. the basket sits on top up the drive block. Once the basket wiggles and moves up and down a little when you press down and rotate, then it should simply lift up and out.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
May 02, 2013
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It does not lift up and out. I was afraid of damaging the pump, because it was hitting the floor as I rocked and turned the basket quarter turns at a time. So, I removed the pump to prevent this. That was good, because we were getting tired of constant leakage of grey water. I still hear a little water in there. So, I have watched a few videos, but there must be something unique here that is preventing the tub to release. When I pull up on it, the suspension comes along with it. I didn't take the springs off yet, according to the video that step comes next. Help again, please!

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Char -
May 02, 2013
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OK, I thought while I was waiting, I'd ask about another way to get that inner basket out. What if I put the machine on it's back and pulled out the gearcase to get the shaft out. Wouldn't I then be able to knock the drive block freefrom the center tube of the basket?

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Char -
May 02, 2013
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Char: Pulling the gear case out will not help because the drive block is connected to the basket drive shaft and not the transmission shaft. You can't pull out the basket drive because the basket and drive block are stuck/siezed to the basket drive shaft. Once the spanner nut has been taken off, the basket should have just lifted off once broken loose from the drive block. The drive block and spin basket is what's stuck together. Did you spray some rust buster or WD40 between the drive block and basket and then let it sit and soak? I do not have any other suggestions. You may want to call a service technician to complete the job.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
May 03, 2013
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Uh-huh. And just how would a service technician do it? I don't care to pay for his time to do what I'm doing. It's been the better part of a week that I've been using baking soda and white vinegar, followed with boiling water. And since I am trying to do a centerpost gasket replacement, all the liquid ends up on the floor. Sorry about my last message with the idea of pulling the gear case; I realized my error after I sent the message. I'm now looking for a puller to use on it. It's got to give after enough force is applied with one of those. Your advice, please?

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Char -
May 04, 2013
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Q:

How to you separate the cam drive from agitator to replace clutches?

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The clutches are also referred to as "dogs" and the link below should answer your question however it is not your exact model number.

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expert -
Sears Technician
March 02, 2008
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How do you install a water inlet valve on a Kenmore washer model 110.92588410?

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While this is not your exact question, the response answers your question. The model number is different, but the information fits your washer. The link inside the link below give instructions for removing the cabinet. You will need to do that to access the water valve.

You do not need to remove the end caps on your control console. Remove the Phillips screws on the front bottom corners of the console, and it will rotate back. The instructions in the link will be correct the rest of the way.

You can buy a repair manual for your washer from Sears Parts Direct. The part number is LIT4314044. Go to , select parts and enter the part number. The cost is around $20.00.

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expert -
Sears Technician
February 06, 2008

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