Model #11028522700 Kenmore residential washers

  • Top And Cabinet Parts
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  • Control Panel Parts
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  • Rear Panel Parts
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  • Agitator, Basket And Tub Parts
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  • Brake, Clutch, Gearcase, Motor And Pump Parts
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  • Machine Base Parts
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  • Wiring Harness Parts
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  • Brake And Drive Tube Parts
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  • Gearcase Parts, Optional Parts (not Included)
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Question and Answers

Q:

Loose Agitator 11028522700 Kenmore Residential washer

A:

Thank you for your question and I understand your concern.

If the agitator dogs are good and not worn and lower part of the agitator is not agitating, I could have broken motor coupler. But, are you sure the basket will spin? If the basket will spin, then the motor coupler is not broken. If will drain but not agitate or spin, the motor coupler is broken.

If the washer will spin and the motor is running during the agitation cycle, it could have failure inside the gear case.

In order to remove the agitator, the bolt will have to come out. If the washer would agitate, you could start the washer and let it fill and begin agitation and then push the timer knob in to stop the washer. This would prevent the lower part of the agitator from turning while removing the bolt. If you're not able to remove the bolt, I strongly suggest calling a service technician to properly diagnose and repair your washer.

I hope this is helpful. If I may be of further assistance as more details become available, please reply to this post.


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Joey S -
Sears Technician
September 04, 2013
Q:

How can I look at the parts manual for my Kenmore washer?

A:

You can view the parts list diagram for your washer on the Sears PartsDirect website [www.searspartsdirect.com]. Key your model number into the "Search by model number" field. You can then browse the 9 subcomponent pages for this washer.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
July 10, 2008
Q:

Gear box oil leak

A:

Thank you for your question.

I am sorry you are having a problem with the washer. I found that the manufacture slightly over filled the units with oil. When they over filled the units the oil would come out of the transmission. The transmission cover has a vent hole to equalize the pressure in the transmission. This is where the oil could be coming from. If just moved the washer for the first time and saw the oil on the floor, I would suspect it is from the vent. If this is the case Just, clean up the oil and continue use. After a few months, check under the washer. If you have a puddle, the transmission has a problem.

You have moved the washer before without any oil on the floor the problem is likely a leaking seal. Replacing the seals requires the transmission to be removed and the top removed. Then the seals replaced and refilled with oil. Finally, you have to apply a bead of sealer on the case and install the top. If anything inside the transmission comes out of place, you will not know it until you get the transmission back in and test the operation. I have a few customers choose to run the washer until it fails. Then they can decide if they want to install a $200.00 transmission or replace the washer. In some cases, the washers are still running without a problem. If this was my washer and a little oil on the floor would not cause a problem, I would run the washer until it failed.

I hope this is helpful. Please let me know if you would like to replace the parts and need assistance. The parts can be ordered from the following link. Kenmore washer parts

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

Mark T.

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Mark T -
Sears Technician
October 10, 2012