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kenmore 80 series 11024832200 not draining or spinning


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#1 nodaygig

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 03:14 PM

hey all-

bought this off craigslist. tested fine. used it twice, worked great. third time it filled, agitated, but then wouldn't drain, and i imagine since it won't drain that's why it won't spin. this happens on all cycles. it still fills, and will still agitate (perfect word- i'm agitated all right)...i know a guy who knows this thing like the back of his hand, but i figured before i paid him to come, i'd give this a shot. love the site. keep up the good work. thanks in advance.

dave



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#2 jbeckman713

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 03:19 PM

You might test the lid switch.

#3 fairbank56

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Posted 26 March 2014 - 04:41 PM

  I concur. Faulty lid switch will prevent drain/spin but still allow fill and agitation. Common for this type of lid switch to come apart. Can be glued back together, cinched with small tie-wrap or just replaced.

 

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#4 nodaygig

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Posted 27 March 2014 - 03:52 PM

thanks guys. switch still worked, but it blew apart in my hand. i was thinking about just replacing it anyone while i was in there. found a new one on ebay for $5.52!!...now for the whirlpool dryer that won't heat at all. i'll start a new topic...thanks again.






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