Model #2.0R HORIZON Cycle

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Q:

No soft water, and my water softener's automatic-regeneration cycle is shorter than its manual one. 625.383500

A:

I don't have technical information regarding the regeneration cycle times. I recommend that you call the Kenmore Water Line at 1-800-426-9345 and ask for a technician. The technician should be able to tell you whether the regeneration times vary. I suspect that they do. 

Your owner's manual provides technical information that can help you test the water softener control and components. Here's a link for the owner's manual in case you need it: Kenmore Water Softener Model 625-383500 Owner's Manual. I recommend that you use the diagnostic test mode described in the manual to check the water softener control and components.

You may consider resetting the control to the factory defaults as described in the owner's manual.

I hope that this information helps. If you need further assistance, let us know.

Thanks for choosing Sears PartsDirect.

 

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 06, 2015
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My softener is doing the sane thing except it recharges every 2 0r 3 days. The cycle is only about 65 to 75 minutes. If I do a manual recharge the cycle is over 2 hours. Water is soft in both cases

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Anonymous -
September 05, 2015
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I need to find an alternative part for a Weslo Recumbent excercise bike

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Jackie S -
December 18, 2011
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It looks like the part has changed number to 243998. I'm looking at the price and suspect it is more than just the pedal and strap. They do not give me a photo of the actual part so I'm not sure what all will come with it, but I do know it will have the pedal and the strap and will likely have other parts with it (just due to the price being kind of high).

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
December 19, 2011
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Q:

Washer timer (new) does not advance.

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I see you are following up on some previous expert advice. The expert will review and respond within 24-48 hours if not sooner.

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Barbara H. -
August 27, 2011
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The motor capacitor will not have any affect on the timer advancement. Your details in your first question indicated that the motor would start and run but the timer would not advance through the cycle. The motor capacitor is apparently okay since the motor will start and run. That component is not in the circuit for the timer motor. You indicate that you replaced the timer and the timer for the motor still will not advance. This implies that the circuit traced in red and yellow on that wiring diagram is interrupted at some point or that you do not have a proper power supply of 120 volts provided to that motor. I recommend that you have an electrician check the voltage at that timer motor. If you have the proper voltage then the replacement timer is bad. If you do not have the proper voltage at that timer motor then you have a break in that circuit that is traced on the wiring diagram. NOTE: I do not recommend that you check the live voltage at the timer yourself. Be sure that you unplug the washer before accessing internal components.

The component marked OL in the diagram is the overload circuit breaker for the motor. It is an internal component on that drive motor. Since the motor runs, that overload is okay and is not causing your failure.

I hope that these additional tips help. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details based on the technical information provided.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 30, 2011
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Thanks for the explanation regarding the capacitor and the overload circuit breaker. Regarding the voltage supply, you're right that here in Lima the power is 220v. For that reason, the washer is connected to a 1500w step-down transformer with 110v output. I have tested the live voltage to the timer and found that the timer is receiving 115v. Following is a detailed list of voltage between R8 (input - red/black wire) and other connections in the harness: R1 - 115v R12 - 115 R20 - 0 R2 - 0 R13 - 0 R21 - 115 R3 - 115 R14 - 50 R23 - 0 R5 - 50 R16 - 0 R24 - 0 R7 - 0 R17 - 115 R11 - 50 R19 - 0 If I understand the schematic correctly, R12 is the key connection on the neutral side of the timer (highlighted in yellow). Therefore, from your last comments, it would seem that the timer (despite being new) is faulty. Is that right?

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Barry -
August 30, 2011
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Your voltage checks described above seem to indicate that you are measuring voltage on the neutral side of the timer. You did not indicate that you are measuring voltage on the voltage supply side of the timer motor. This would indicate that the timer motor is probably bad. You may be able to UNPLUG the washer and perform a resistance check on that timer motor. If the timer motor is "open" then the timer will need to be replaced.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
August 31, 2011
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I'm not real sure how to check the current through the timer motor. But, from the schematic it appears that the circuit between R20 (supply side) and R12 (neutral side) is the only one that passes directly through the timer. So, I started the machine on normal wash cycle and stopped it as soon as agitation started. After unplugging the machine, I disconnected the wiring harness from the timer and did a continuity test between R12 & R20. I get a reading of 0.7 ohms. Not surprisingly from the logic of the schematic, I get a similar reading between other terminals which are connected at this point in the wash cycle, e.g. R19 & R14. Is 0.7 ohms adequate or should it be zero? If I'm still not doing this right, can you be more specific about how exactly to test the timer motor continuity.

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Barry -
September 03, 2011
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That resistance check that you made between R12 and R20 appears to be valid according to the wiring diagram. You should measure around 500 ohms of resistance through that timer motor during that check. Your resistance of 0.7 ohms seems to indicate that the timer motor is shorted and that is probably why it won't advance. Replacing that timer should fix your problem based on that information.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
September 05, 2011
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Thanks for the help. Now let's see if Sear will replace it.

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Barry -
September 05, 2011
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