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Q:

whirlpool washing machine model# wtw57esvwo

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Having problems with a Washer can be a problem especially on laundry day. A suggestion I have while you are waiting on an expert to answer your question. You can visit SearsHomeServices.com website to set service with a Sears technician. I attached the link below. Hope this helps!

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Dezeray S -
October 20, 2010
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From what you're describing it sounds like the pressure sensor needs replaced. The auto load detection system (pressure sensor) controls all the water entering the machine. I recommend replacing the auto load sensor.

Another possibility; timer or pressure hose/air dome.

Auto load sensor; W10177795 $50.30 www.searspartsdirect.com?MML=MMLxexpertxmerch

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.

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biker dave -
Sears Technician
October 21, 2010
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My wife had the same problem and it had one other problem where it added water at the end of the spin cycle which left the washed clothes all wet. After doing some research on the internet I narrowed down the problem to two parts, auto-sensing switch or timer control. I called Whirlpool (800-253-1301) and ordered an auto-sensing switch (part# W10292584 which is replacement of W10177795 which is discontinued) and a timer control (part# W10177827) for $26.30 total at 75% off, plus $8.99 Fedex shipping and $2.12 PA sales tax for a grand total of $37.41. The original part costs were $65.62 and $39.60 respectively. I took the control panel off following the video from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QELKlLEZeI and first tried the replacement timer and it made no difference, i.e. it still agitated immediately while filling and it filled at the end of spin cycle but only on the normal wash cycle which is on the top half. The agitation problem exists on all wash cycles except for the handwash option, but the filling problem at the end of spin cycle existed only for the normal wash cycle and not on any of the other 3 wash cycles. Then, I put the old timer back on and tried the replacement auto-sensing switch and that fixed the problem. I should have known that was the problem because when I was ordering the parts on the phone, the woman from Whirlpool told me they had over two thousand of the auto-sensing switches in stock and when I heard that I was thinking to myself "I don't know how many of these washers they sold, but that part must break a lot to keep that many in stock." I don't know how long ago the original auto-sensing parts were initially manufactured, but the Whirlpool parts website says that it's discontinued, so that only leads me to believe the original part wasn't very reliable to begin with. I called several local appliance repair folks and just to diagnose the problem, it was going to cost me anywhere from $75 to $100, so it was more cost effective

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Joe -
November 12, 2010
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Thanks to all for your descriptions of the same problem. I have the Whirlpool WTW57ESVWO with the agitation at start and filling at end of spin. I watched the U-Tube video to access the control panel and check the pressure switch tube for clogs. The tube was clean, and oddly enough after reconnecting the three electical leads I had disconnected to remove the outer shell, my synchronization problem corrected itself (i.e. washer quit agitating at start, and quit filling at end of spin), but I now had a problem with my tub always filling to the max during subsequent washes (i.e. it no longer agitated after partially filling to sense load at the beginning of a wash cycle). I went ahead and ordered the new replacement 'auto load sensing switch' (part #W10292584 that replaces part #10177795) from Whirlpool customer service at 1-866-698-2538. I could only talk them down to giving me a 25% discount on the $65.62 part, so it cost a total of $62.16 ($49.22 + $12.94) with shipping. I just installed it and everything (i.e. auto load sensing works again) works fine now. Note Joe's comment on the mounting tab for the switch. To remove the switch from the back of the control panel, pull back on the tab on the right side of the switch to allow rotation of the switch to the left (or right) by 45 degrees, then pull switch away from panel. Once free from the control panel, remove the switch's rubber sensor tube and two electrical connectors. Reattach the tube and two electrical connectors to the new switch, and insert the new switch into the control panel with the tab 45 degrees off-center. Finally, rotate the switch 45 degrees to align and insert tab to lock in place. Once you have reattached the washer body to the frame, reconnected the three electrical connectors and the control panel per the U-Tube video, your washer should be operating like before. Again, thanks for your threads (especially to Joe) in this blog, you all saved me a service call that would have exceeded

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bubbs -
December 10, 2010
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Here's another quick fix to try first that worked for us. The lady at Whirlpool said the system may just need to reset and to unplug it for at least 5 minutes. So we did and it worked! If it didn't work then we were going to have to order an auto load sensor, but those seem super simple to replace. Check out this youtube video it shows it very clearly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QELKlLEZeI. You just need to tip the top control piece back and replace it. Its behind the fabric softener switch. But remember try unplugging it for at least 5 minutes first to reset it. It worked for us! Hope this helps!

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John -
December 23, 2010
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At first, Whirlpool did suggest that to me also, so I tried that several times where I even had it unplugged overnight and it made no difference. After that, they had no other suggestions except to call a technician. I hoped unplugging it would have worked, but honestly I didn't really believe it would have worked. Considering how the part is made in China, I think it's their attempt to get rich off unspecting customers by making crappy parts.

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Joe -
December 24, 2010
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I also had success using John's method. We'd had a micro power outage, possibly also a small surge, when a plane hit the power lines a couple miles away. Word of warning - the machine may still act strangely at the beginning of the FIRST load after an (we did it overnight, rather than 5 minutes) unplug. Ours agitated and filled at the same time, as above noted by others. But by the end of the cycle, it was behaving normally and no longer spraying water during the spin cycle. Loads 2 and 3 were then flawless. We guessed that the circuitry had to complete some sort of internal cycle after the plug-in..

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Anonymous -
June 03, 2013
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I'm looking to purchase a 42" deck model #917.273821 from a DLT3000. Is this deck compatible with a LT1000, model #917.272059? 917272059 Craftsman Lawn tractor

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I would say no. When you check the model numbers at Parts Direct you'll notice that the two mower decks have two different model numbers.

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Anonymous -
May 18, 2013
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Thank you for contacting SearsPartsDirect.com with your questions about whether the mower decks between two different Craftsman tractors were interchangable. Your question is a challenging one and took a little while to review. Our database does not list interchanageble parts between different models, so I did a side-by-side comparison for you. Besides looking at the decks themselves I looked at other factors about how the deck would attach to the tractor. I will outline what I found for you. In case you would like to look at the diagrams yourself, I have included the links for the manuals for both models.

Owner's manual for Craftsman tractor model 917273821.
Owner's manual for Craftsman tractor model 917272059.

The first noteable differences between the models is that the 917273821 has an 18.5 hp engine and an automatic transmission. The 917272059 has a 16 hp engine and a 6 speed transaxle. I reviewed several sections of the mower to see if this would impact how the deck attaches.

1. The Mower Decks. The main differences I saw between the diagrams of the decks themselves are the gauge wheels that keep the deck level on uneven ground and the lever assembly for the clutch cable. The 917273821 model has both front and rear gauge wheels. The rear gauge wheels are on the outer edge of the deck. And the lever assembly on the that model comes as one piece. The 917272059 model only has gauge wheels on the back of the deck, and they are more centered. On this model the lever assembly is only available as individual pieces. Next, I reviewed the belts, mandrel assemblies, pulleys, deflector shields, mulch covers and blades on the decks . These parts on the deck are the same.

2. The Lift Assembly. This is what lifts and lowers the deck. All of the parts on the lift assemblies are the same. However, I did notice on the diagram for the 917273821 model, that there were some extra parts shown to the left of the lift assembly. (Key numbers 37-41 on the diagram.) They do not have a bearing on the lift itself.

3. Chassis/Enclosures. Both models have the same chassis. That means the holes for attaching the deck will line up. However, a lot of the enclosure parts are different. The engine pulleys are the same, fitting through the same opening in the chassis.

4. The Ground Drive. This is where I see the most differences because the engines and transaxles are so different. Key differences I noted are the belts and the transaxle pulleys. This means that amount of room taken up under the chassis may be different. That may be why the gauge wheels are positioned differently. The decks should hook up the same to the chassis. What you will need to check is when you lift the deck how much room there is between  the gauge wheels and the transaxle. Because you are wanting to put the deck with the wider set of rear gauge wheels on your tractor, I don't think this will be an issue. You will also need to check the front of the deck to see if the front gauge wheels on the new deck would have sufficient room. The deck should attach fine, the only issue is whether you can lift the deck without the gauge wheels hitting something. The only way to determine that is for you to check the spacing under the chassis. You can install the deck without the front gauge wheels, but then there would be very little difference between the new deck and the one you already have on there.

I have included the links to order both decks. That way, once you have had an opportunty to check the spacing under the deck you can go with the one that will work best for you.

Mower deck assembly for Craftsman tractor model 917273821.
Mower deck assembly for Craftsman tractor model 917272059.

I hope this helps. If I can be of any further assistance, please respond to this thread. Thank you for choosing Sears, we appreciate your business.

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Rachel Morgan -
Sears Technician
May 18, 2013
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Q:

I recently recieved a KH830 brothers knitting machine.

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I know how useful it can be to have a good working knitting machine to repair your clothes items. I suggest you add to the thread of this question and include the full model number of your knitting machine so that the expert can provide you with a more detailed answer. Below is a link to help you with your question while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph P. -
February 29, 2012
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Thank you for your question on the Brother knitting machine not working.

I will give you a contact in St. Peter Minnesota that will be able to help you. When I told her your problem she mentioned that the sponge bar needed to be replaced.

Since I am not sure that I heard her correctly I am going to give you her contact information so you can talk directly to her.

Knit & Sew World 507-934-3741 Amanda

I hope this will help you and please let me know how it went with the knitting machine customer support line.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
March 02, 2012
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I just got off the phone with Amanda and she was very helpful. She spent a good half hour talking to me about the machine and explained what i could with it. Thank you very much for all your help.

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karol -
March 05, 2012
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