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VaEagle

Member Since 19 Mar 2008
Offline Last Active May 14 2014 04:26 PM

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In Topic: Dead washer. Kenmore 110.92591200

11 May 2013 - 02:14 PM

Found the source problem ! Attached a pic in the word .doc. The crimp on the spade lug for the wire going into the rear connector on the thermal switch had come loose.Geeez ! And yes, probably wouldn't have happened with OEM part ! Lesson learned.

 

Now, about the remedy for the cabinet to frame issue ?

 

Thanks again for all your help. No way I would have gotten this far this fast without the "check the continuity" advice !


In Topic: Dead washer. Kenmore 110.92591200

11 May 2013 - 12:46 PM

Oh well - thanks to all for your help. Since the cabinet has problems siting on the frame, might go shopping for new machine. They just don't build them like this one anymore.


In Topic: Dead washer. Kenmore 110.92591200

11 May 2013 - 12:40 PM

2 ohms between green and blue



"did it stop during the drain cycle just before spin or did it stop in the middle of the spin cycle? There is a normal pause for the transmission to shift into neutral so that it will drain without turning the tub. then it pauses again to shift into gear to spin the tub. Does it then spin after opening and closing the lid? If so, then the timer is not going in or out of transimssion shift and opening the lid is allowing it to complete the transition...if this is the scenario then failed timer. But as fairbanks says, check all wiring first"

 

It stopped before the drain/spin cycle. Understand normal pause. It will not spin or agitate at all. Opening lid and closing has no effect.


 


  Looks like non-OEM motor? Is that the original one or the replacement? Do you have continuity between green and blue?

Replacement motor. Like I said - 2.0 ohms between green and blue.


In Topic: Dead washer. Kenmore 110.92591200

11 May 2013 - 12:26 PM

Trying to send pic this way. Attached as .doc



Motor part number 3352287


In Topic: Dead washer. Kenmore 110.92591200

11 May 2013 - 12:14 PM

Looks like what is connected from the terminal to the motor on mine is a green wire.m the terminal is labeled at that position as wht/bk.



That is it - 3 speed. Di dcheck for continuity btwn white and green. No continuity.



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