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Kenmore 110.92195510 - Moves when spinning


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#1 asalamay

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 06:13 PM

I have a Kenmore model 110.92195510 and it will move across the floor when it spins. I have replaced the tub pads a couple of years ago and it stopped it for a couple months. I have tried releveling the machine, moving it to another location and it still moves to the right when it is spinning. Well yesterday the coupler broke and was going to order the part and just wanted some feedback on other items I can check before, so I can order everything needed at once.

I did notice that the rear has self-leveling feet and they were stuck and had to be released with a screwdriver. This isn't the first time I have had to maunally release the rear feet, should I put in a new spring?

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Posted 13 March 2011 - 10:35 PM

I did notice that the rear has self-leveling feet and they were stuck and had to be released with a screwdriver. This isn't the first time I have had to maunally release the rear feet, should I put in a new spring?


Posseepooplay, as they say on France... or someplace. Try the Rock the Diagonals test described here and let us know whacha find.

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Posted 14 March 2011 - 10:02 PM

I did the test described and the machine does move very slightly, But when I try to reset the rear feet they don't move at all. I put a screw driver by the rear feet and they make a clank noise and release and the washer will be fine for a couple loads. I check the rear feet and they are stuck again. I'm thinking it is the spring within the rear levelers is worn out but not really sure?



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Posted 15 March 2011 - 09:43 PM

One of the legs or levelling links could be bent causing the assembly to hang.




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