Model #W100 JENN-AIR Ranges, Electric

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  • Door Assembly
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  • Front Closure Assembly
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  • Motor Assembly
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Kenmore 500 Washer

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Thank you for your question.  I believe the w10025674 number is the serial number and not the model number.  The model number will likely start with 110.  If it trips the breaker when the motor tries to start then the motor is trying to pull more amps than it should.  This can mean a transmission problem or a bearing problem.  Will the washer agitate or spin?  Please double check the model number and reply below for further assistance. 

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
November 25, 2013
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w10025674 is labeled as the Part Number on the lable on the back of the washer. In the front under the lid it is labled as a Type 110-07, and Serial #CY0620034. The washer will not agitate or spin but you can hear the hum of the electrical attempting to function.

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Mike -
November 25, 2013
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Mike, thank you for the updated information. The w100 number is a part number for the console. With that number I was able to pull up 4 direct drive Kenmore washers. From the description you give I suspect the problem is the motor coupler. The coupler is like a belt and if it breaks the washer will not spin or agitate. It might still drain though. If you hear the motor but the washer does not agitate or spin then I would suggest you remove the cabinet and see what is going on. The image below shows how to remove the cabinet. The washer can be ran with the cabinet removed. On this particular washer if the lid switch is bad then the washer will not agitate, spin or drain. I hope this helps. Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
November 26, 2013
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Fred, Thank you for the cabinet diagram, it will be very helpful if I decide to proceed with this. I actually had to pump the water out of the tub as it would not drain either. If it is a motor coupler can you tell me how difficult it might be to repair? It sounds as though the lid switch would be the easier repair to accomplish. I can hear it click when I open and close the lid, is there a way that I can test this? Thank You

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Mike -
November 26, 2013
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Mike, on most older models a broken lid switch would only cause the motor not to run in the drain and spin cycle. The washer would still agitate. Since the model number is uncertain I am not sure which style you hav3 e though I strongly suspect you have the older style that would only affect the drain and spin. The additional images below may be helpful to you. The usual first step if the motor is humming but not running would be to remove the motor from the transmission connection and see if the motor will run then. If it does then there is a transmission problem. There can even be a sock in the pump wich can jam things up. It is a slightly difficult do-it-yourself. If the cycle stopped mid way then I suspect the trouble is with the drain/spin part of the cycle and not agitation. When you drained the water out of the tub did you lower the drain hose into a bucket to get it to drain or did you bail the water out to empty the tub.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
November 28, 2013
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Fred, I decided to try and test the lid switch possibility. I pulled the plug from the lid switch and used a jumper wire to test the connection. I plugged the washer back in and it runs on spin. I still need to hook the water lines back up to see if everything else operates but it seems as though the lid switch could be the problem. It's also only a $25. part, so hopefully this will work.

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Mike -
November 28, 2013
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The lid switch is likely the culprit. Good job.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 01, 2013
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