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Kenmore System 21 automatic washermodel #11082673110

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my 70 Series Kenmore Heavy Duty washer will not spin.

I have a Sears Kenmore Heavy Duty 70 Series washer, Model #110.82673110, that will not spin if it has more than 2 towels in it. It does drain the water, but it can't spin the inside tub unless I wring out the load by hand and divide it in 3 or 4 parts. It also sometimes makes a burning smell like when a vacuum cleaner belt is under stress. Please advise me what part i need to buy to replace and how expensive it will be. Thank you.

Posted October 01, 2012


Marc, October 01, 2012

having a well working washer is very important. the washer not spinning can be frustrating. i found some information for you that i am hoping will help you until your expert answers your question. i am adding the link below to help you with your question while you wait for your expert response. it may take 24-48 hours. i do hope that this will help you out.

Jerry C, October 02, 2012

hello sheree,

i would like to assist you with your washer not spinning. the description sounds like the clutch is slipping, causing the washer to not spin correctly. this is usually due to the output shaft seal in the transmission leaking and allowing transmission oil to get onto the clutch surfaces, reducing friction and stopping the washer from spinning out correctly. this will require a replacement transmission and clutch assembly. sears parts direct is a direct link to the transmission parts page for your washer and items 9 and 5 are the transmission and clutch assemblies. i suggest that you have a look at the parts first and then decide if you would like to replace them. the installation is not all that difficult, but it does take some time and requires standard hand tools. please let me know if you would like instructions to perform this task.

i look forward to assisting you further.

jerry c

Sheree, October 03, 2012

thanks jerry for your suggestions.

Jerry C, October 03, 2012

hello sheree,

one more thing that may help you out is to look under the washer for evidence of oil that has been slung around by the clutch. be sure to unplug the washer first! tilt the washer back and use a flashlight to inspect the area, a lot of times the oil is mainly on the four gray legs that support the tub assembly. this is not a definitive check though, it is possible to not see the oil and for there to not have been any flung inside the cabinet.

jerry c


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