Model #11013212200 KENMORE Residential Washers

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  • Rear Panel
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Q:

How do I take rear panel off of my Kenmore washer?

A:

The rear panel should never be removed unless the rear panel has to be replaced. The rear was not designed to be removed in order to access components. The washer cabinet was designed to be removed.

I added a link below with instructions on how to remove the washer cabinet. How do I take off the back panel on my washer to fix a leak?

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
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How do I remove the washer top?

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The top cannot be removed without removing the cabinet first. The top does not need to be removed to replace the lid switch. The cabinet needs to be taken off to access and replace the lid switch.

I added three (3) images in order to reference the parts and key numbers.

To access the lid switch (key#11) the washer cabinet will need to be removed.

  • First, disconnect the power cord from the power source.

  • The console (key#26) will need to be placed in the service position by removing two (2) hidden screws, one (1) screw located at the bottom of the left hand end cap (key#7) and one (1) screw located at the bottom of the right hand end cap (key#10).

  • In order to access the two (2) screws hidden screws. The left hand end cap trim (key#8) and under the right hand end cap trim (key#11) pieces will need to be removed.

  • To remove the trim, place you finger behind the trim at the very top and bend it up enough to clear the console and then hinge it towards the front and off.

  • Remove the hidden screw under each end cap trim. Slide the console forwards about 1/4 inch and the raise it upwards and hinge it over the rear panel.

  • Disconnect the 3 wire lid switch harness plug located on the top. Pop the two (2) cabinet clips (key#6) off. The cabinet clips will be goldish in color and they secure the cabinet to the rear panel.

  • Place the tip of a flat tipped screw driver down into the first valley and then push the handle end to the rear of the washer to pop off the cabinet clips.

  • Open the lid and grab the opening and tilt the top of the washer cabinet forwards just a few degrees and then walk it backwards and off.

  • The lid switch mounted under the main top is now accessible to remove and replace.

Reverse the procedure to re-assemble the washer.

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Joey S -
Sears Technician
Q:

Kenmore Washing Machine not flushing water out

A:

If the washer just stops and does not continue in the cycle when it gets to the rinse cycle then you could have a bad lid switch. You can unplug the washer and access that lid switch as shown in this video . Check the wiring connections and the operation of the switch. The image below shows a procedure for placing a jumper wire in that switch to bypass it. You can unplug the washer and bypass that switch for a brief test. See if the washer will go into the rinse portion of the cycle with that switch bypassed. If it does then that switch will need to be replaced. You can order parts from this page: Kenmore Washer Model 110.13212200 Parts .

NOTE: Do not leave that lid switch bypassed and continue to operate the washer. That component needs to be replaced to safely operate the washer .

If the washer motor runs but the washer will not drain, then I recommend that you check the washer drain and the drain hose. You can also check the drain pump. Unplug the washer before accessing internal components. Here is a video that shows how to access that drain pump. If that pump is bad, you can order it from the above link that I provided.

A problem with the timer or the wiring could also prevent the washer from advancing into the rinse portion of the cycle.

I hope that this information helps. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.

If you get to the point where you need to have a service technician diagnose and repair this failure, you can schedule service through this link: Sears Home Services .

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
July 24, 2012

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