Model #11097583800 KENMORE Residential Dryer

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I would like to know what is the cu. ft. for Kenmore Washer Model 110-92581800 and Kenmore Dryer Model 110-97583800?

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It is helpful to know the cubic feet for your washer and dryer when relocating the appliances. While you wait for an expert to respond, I have attached a couple links below that will help you calculate the cubic feet for your washer and dryer. I hope you are able to find the measurements for your appliances.

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Jackie S -
May 17, 2012
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Thank you for your question.
I will be happy to assist you. I looked up the model number. The washer appears to be a 3.2 cubic foot model. The dryer is a 6.5 cubic foot.
I hope this is helpful. Please let me know if you need further assistance.

Thank you for using Manage my life.

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
May 20, 2012
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Thank you so much. This is exactly what i needed.

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zeus -
May 21, 2012
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I am glad I could help. Please keep us in mind if you have any other problems around the house. Thank you for using Manage My Life! Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
May 22, 2012
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What is causing my Kenmore model 110.97583800 gas dryer to not shut off?

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What is causing my Kenmore model 110.97583800 gas dryer to not shut off?

From your description it sounds like the timer may be faulty. Here are the steps to checking it:

You will need: screw driver needle nose pliers ohm/multi tester towel

  • Turn off the power to the dryer. You can do this by turning off the circuit breaker that delivers power to it, or you can simply unplug the machine if it is not directly fed.

  • Locate the timer on your dryer's control panel. It is typically the dial with the largest set of options like "optimum dry" or numerical time indicators. On the backside or the top of the control panel, find the screws that you will have to remove to open it up.

  • Set a towel down at the base of the control panel on the dryer. This will help to keep the finish from getting scratched. Then, simply remove the screws holding the control panel in place, carefully open the control panel and let its face rest on the towel.

  • Take a close look at the timer motor control. Depending on your make and model, there may be a number of wires connected to it. Locate the wires that deliver power to the mechanism. These wires should be slightly larger in size than the other ones. Use your needle nose pliers to remove one of the power leads. Pull the connector off the terminal by pulling on the connector, NOT the wire, or it may break the wire.

  • Lift the dryer's control panel up and set your dryer's timer to "normal dry." If your multitester came with alligator clip probe adapters, they will be handy here, so put them on if you have them.

  • Set the multitester to read ohms (usually labeled R1 or RX1). Clip or touch one probe to the terminal from which you removed the wire. Touch the other probe to one of the other terminals. You should get a reading of zero. If you get a high reading, then the timer motor is bad and it's time to replace it.

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Korinna S -
Sears Technician
January 11, 2010
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Why does my Kenmore gas dryer model 110.97583800 turn on automatically without pushing start?

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I don't find the wiring diagram available online for this dryer. Based on your symptoms, it is likely that the push-to-start switch is stuck in the closed position. This would explain why the dryer starts as soon as the door is closed and why the timer continues to advance in the off positions. I recommend that you try to fix this dryer problem by replacing the push-to-start switch (part number 3395382). You can order this part from the Sears PartsDirect website.

To replace the start switch, follow these steps:

  1. Unplug the dryer to disconnect electrical power.
  2. Shut off the gas supply.
  3. Pull the knob off of the start switch.
  4. Remove the screws on the left and right front side of the console that secure it to the top panel.
  5. Pull the console slightly forward and then flip it up and back over the top of the rear dryer panel into the service position.
  6. Remove the wire connections from the old start switch and secure them on the new start switch.
  7. Remove the old start switch from the console and mount the new start switch.
  8. Flip the console back down and secure it with the 2 screws on the front bottom corners.
  9. Replace the knob on the start switch.
  10. Open the gas supply valve to the dryer and plug it in.
  11. Test the operation of the new start switch.
These tips should help you resolve this dryer problem.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
January 11, 2010

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