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Kenmore Model # 796.40518900


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#1 Waneewek

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Posted Today, 11:56 AM

I have a kenmore washer model # 796.40518900 that will not agitate when I put a very small load of clothes into it.  If I run it with no clothes it will agitate with no problems, but as soon as I add some clothes it does nothing.  I looked for a tech sheet, but didn't see one.  Any ideas what to look for would be appreciated.

 

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Posted Today, 08:29 PM

You need to get a tech sheet and run the diagnostics.  Do you have an error code when this happens?

 

 

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