We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 3 Sears Canada Washer models
Made with adjustable wash settings, Sears / Canada washers are designed to clean a wide range of clothing types. Water-related problems can compromise your washer, causing leaks and inhibiting the wash cycles. Use these easy tips to find and fix the problem.
Leaks can damage your flooring and prevent the washer from doing its job. If you spot puddles on the floor, move the washer so you can see the water hoses. Tighten the hoses, and examine for leaks. Then look for holes in the wash tub and the door boot. Replace any damaged washer parts.
If your clothes aren't coming out clean, it may not be necessary to call for washer repair help; your water temperature may simply be set too low. Turn on your laundry room faucet, and let it run until it reaches its peak temperature. Fill a cup, and dip a thermometer in the water. If the water is cooler than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, you may need to turn up your water heater. For comparison, check your washer's manual to find the temperature of the hottest wash cycle.
Drainage problems prevent the washer from completing a cycle. When your clothes are dripping water at the end of a cycle, or when water pools in the bottom of the wash tub, an issue with the drain is a likely cause. Remove any items blocking the drain. Straighten out the drain hose, and look for clogs. If the water remains, you may need to replace the water-level pressure switch or the drain pump.
Sears PartsDirect carries a wide variety of Sears/Canada washer parts, making it easy to find replacements. To locate a part for your washer, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.