Jump to content


Use this Search Box to Find Appliance Repair Help Now
Need help finding your model number?
365-day return policy on all parts purchased here, even electrical parts that have been installed!


FAQs | Store | Memberships | Repair Videos | Academy | Newsletter | Beer Fund | Contact


Welcome to Appliantology.org, the Web's Premiere Appliance Repair Resource for DIYers!

The world-famous Samurai Appliance Repair Forums


You can post a question and get repair help for FREE! Click here to get started.


Already a member of the Appliantology Academy? Just sign in with your username and password in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.

 


Kenmore HE4


  • Please log in to reply
1 reply to this topic

#1 Lurker_BrokenArrow_*

Lurker_BrokenArrow_*
  • Lurking at the Threshold

Posted 03 April 2005 - 04:53 PM

I have an aquaintance who recently bought a Kenmore HE4. He showed me several garments that have either been torn or (sounds crazy) burned. This unit is not an HE4T model. I looked for any obvious sharp points, but found none. I look also at the door bellows for any signs that the tub may be rubbing it. I was thinking at the time perhaps the clothes were being pinched, but this doesn't seem to be the case either. I hope someone who is wiser than I can give me some guidance to resolve this anomoly. Sincerely, Broken Arrow.

Use the Appliantology Parts Search Box to Find What You Need!
Enter your model number, part number, type of appliance, brand, or even a part description.
365-day return policy on all parts purchased here, even electrical parts that have been installed!

#2 Samurai Appliance Repair Man

Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Shōgun

  • Fermented Grand Master
  • 28,832 posts
  • Location: USA
  • Flavorite Brew:Sapporo Original Draft Rice Lager

Posted 03 April 2005 - 05:15 PM

I'll bet my festered spleen that the dryer is the real culprit here.

Do this test: Get some old garments that do not have this damage and wash them in the HE4. When the cycle finishes, inspect the garments. The damage will be difficult to see on wet clothes so this is not conclusive. Then, dry the clothes in a different dryer from the one that's been used in the past and inspect them again.






0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users


FAQs | Store | Memberships | Repair Videos | Academy | Newsletter | Beer Fund | Contact


Use the Appliantology Parts Finder to Get What You Need!
Enter a model number, part number, type of appliance, brand, or even a part description.
365-day return policy on all parts purchased here, even electrical parts that have been installed!

Your Sometimes-Lucid Host:
Samurai Appliance Repair Man
"If I can't help you fix your appliance and make you 100% satisfied, I will come to your home and slice open my belly,
spilling my steaming entrails onto your floor."

The Appliance Guru | AppliancePartsResource.com | Samurai's Blog

Real Time Analytics