Model #4881 FRIGIDAIRE Free Standing, Electric

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concerning HE4t..Model 11045087400

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When a appliance we use in a daily basis starts malfunctioning it can be frustrating for you, so I can understand your concern. Some thing to help you while you are waiting for the experts response is a link I have provided you below to Manage my life where some experts answer similar questions like yours. Hope it helps!

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Maira E -
October 05, 2010
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Check the parts diagram for dispenser parts; put in the model number, oddly, this part comes under "Dispenser Parts" Mix valve Number: 8181694 Component: DISPENSER PARTS $48.81

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LookOver1 -
October 05, 2010
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I'm sorry you couldn't find the part number for your water inlet valve (key#1) as shown in the image below. The water inlet valve for your model is part #8181694 and is available to order and have it shipped to you from Sears Parts Direct .

I added the instructions how to access and replace the water inlet valve in the image below. NOTE: Disconnect the power cord from the power source and turn off the hot and cold water faucets before removing the top.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
October 06, 2010
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Kenmore Elite washer 11044932201 fills with water after the machine has completed washing. What causes this and what is approximate cost of repair

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Trying to understand an appliance can sometimes be difficult. I researched your question and found someone had a similar issue with their washer. An expert posted an answer that may assist you. I have provided the link below. I hope this helps!

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Jacqueline S -
September 24, 2010
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If the washer is filling with water while not in use you will need to replace the watervalve. The watervalve is weak or has contaminants allowing water to seep past the diaphragm. This type of repair will cost the price of the part plus labor, usually about $90.00 labor. On something like this I recommend replacing the watervalve yourself (with our help) & following the cleaning procedure below for cleaning the door boot (bellows). We can also tell you how to replace the door boot if you still wish. Please see the image provided below for complete step by step instructions on replacing the watervalve. Remember to disconnect power before attempting access.

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 .

Watervalve; 8181694 $48.81, bellows; 8181850 $85.56 www.searspartsdirect.com

SUBJECT: Source 110 Front Load Washers CAUSE: The customers water quality, use of non- HE (High Efficiency) detergent and/or not leaving the door open between cycles could cause these problems. SOLUTION: Please be sure to read these instructions completely before beginning the cleaning process. 1) Open the washer door and remove any clothing or items from the washer. 2) Inspect the grey colored seal between the door opening and the basket for stained areas. Be sure to pull back the seal to be able to see all areas of the seal. 3) If stained areas are found, wipe down these areas of the seal using the following procedure: a) Mix a dilute solution of liquid chlorine bleach (3/4 cup bleach in one gallon of warm tap water). b) Wipe the seal area with the dilute solution. c) Let stand 5 minutes. d) Wipe down area thoroughly with water only and let air dry. e) Please note: i) Do not use bleach at full strength for cleaning surfaces.

ii) The use of rubber gloves is recommended when cleaning for prolonged periods. 4) To begin the cleaning cycle, do the following: a) Open the washer door and remove any clothing or items from the washer. b) Be sure door is closed fully and do not add clothes to this cycle. c) Open the dispenser drawer, if the detergent divider is in the liquid detergent position, remove the detergent divider, see your use and care guide for instruction on how to determine which position the divider is in. No additives will be added at this time, you will be required to add them at a later step. d) If the washer is a Whirlpool Duet, select the "Power" button. For Kenmore Elite HE3, HE3t, HE4t products, move to the next step. e) Select the "Normal" wash cycle. f) Select the hottest wash water temperature available. (Note: Not all temperatures will be available) g) Select the highest spin speed available. h) Select the additional/2nd rinse option (if available). i) Start the cleaning cycle by pressing and holding the "Start" key. The door will lock and filling will begin. Note: The water will dispense for a moment, then the door will unlock and relock and the cycle will continue. j) Once the filling has begun again, Open the dispenser drawer and immediately add 1 (one) Cup liquid chlorine bleach to the mainwash detergent compartment. The liquid chlorine bleach should immediately flow out of the dispenser. NOTE: Do not add any detergent to this cleaning cycle. Use of more than 1 Cup of bleach will cause product damage over time. Addition of bleach without immediately starting the cycle will cause product damage over time. 5) Once the cleaning cycle has begun, allow the cycle to completely run. 6) If you removed the detergent compartment divider, be sure to replace the divider to the correct position. 7) After the cleaning cycle is complete, leave the door slightly open/cracked to allow for better ventilation and prevention of future odor issues. Note: If necessary, the cleaning cycle may be interrupted by pressing the "Pause/Cancel" button, this will stop the cycle. A "Rinse and Spin" cycle must then be run to thoroughly rinse the remaining bleach from the unit. Failure to do so will cause damage to the unit and clothing added to the next cycle. In addition to the procedure above, always instruct the homeowner to do the following to prevent future odor issues. 1) Use only High Efficiency (HE) detergent. 2) Leave the door slightly open after each cycle (when not in use). 3) Repeat the cleaning procedure on a monthly basis, if necessary. If the procedure does not sufficiently improve the machine odor, please evaluate your installation and usage conditions for other causes of the odor. PARTS: No parts are required.

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biker dave -
Sears Technician
September 25, 2010
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