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Kenmore Elite HE3t front loading washer won't start


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#1 Mai

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 09:24 PM

The washer wouldn't start when i put a load in. I pushed the start button but it just kept beeping and nothing happened. Washer was plugged in and door was firmly shut. I then unplugged and plugged the power cord back in. I tried to turn the washer back on but now it won't even turn on. It just makes a beeping sound when I press the power button. Help!! Any ideas? Checked outlet and there is power at the plug. Also checked the circuit breaker.

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 09:27 PM

model number: 110.46742 702

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Posted 19 January 2011 - 11:41 PM

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Posted 20 January 2011 - 12:07 AM

Did you check the control lock light is on? you might have accidentally set control panel on lock mode.

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Posted 20 January 2011 - 06:47 AM

Just curious if this is really maybe a HE5T model and not really an HE2T model?

I always thought all the Duet Sports were the Kenmore HE2T labeled units.

Looking up this Kenmore model it appears to be kind of a mix of the regular Duet and the Duet Sport parts, mostly looks like a standard Duet Model except for the door latch/lock assembly and placement of CCU.

Uses the standard Duet pump and the Duet style plastic shocks but uses the Duet Sport style MCU and CCU and the CCU is in the front upper right side corner instead of in the rear/middle like you would find on the Duets but MCU is located on the left side with all plugs to the front like the Duets instead of on the right side with all plugs to the back like you would find on the Duet Sports.

Also on the parts diagram it shows this as a May 2010 build, can't know for sure manufacture date of actual unit without a serial number but if it is really built around May 2010 it should be still under warranty.
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