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Kenmore 90 Series


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#1 deenyb

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Posted 10 September 2005 - 12:16 PM

Hi, I have a Kenmore 90 series washing machine. It works perfect until the very end of a spin cycle, at that time the agitator stops turning and starts making a horrible banging noise as if the load is uneven (it is not) We do not have any manuals to see how to fix or take care of this issue.

If anyone has advice I would ever be so greatful! :D

Thanks Deeny

 


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Posted 10 September 2005 - 05:49 PM

Do not see any model number....however could be a worn drive block under the spin basket.
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#3 Desperate House Wife

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Posted 13 September 2005 - 06:45 PM

We have the same problem.  It seems to a wash and agitate properly, but once it drains/spins it has this terrible clunking sound.  We replaced the motor as it appeared to have metal shavins and broken off fins.  When it is spinning to drain it sounds like there is a short in the motor (both new and old)

Please help!

Model number is 110-4788290, Kenmore 90 series

Thank you so much in advance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 


#4 Desperate House Wife

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Posted 13 September 2005 - 06:57 PM

Oh Boy, did I break one of the first rules or what!?  Sorry, just so desperate to fix our washer - with a toddler boy it add more pressure!  (They are not the neated creatures!)

Previous post:

It seems to a wash and agitate properly, but once it drains/spins it has this terrible clunking sound.  We replaced the motor as it appeared to have metal shavins and broken off fins.  But still have the same problem.

When it is spinning to drain it sounds like there is a short in the motor (both new and old)

Please help!

Model number is 110-4788290, Kenmore 90 series

Thank you so much in advance!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


#5 Desperate House Wife

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Posted 13 September 2005 - 06:59 PM

I have re-posted my problem...sorry for breakingn on of the commandments!

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