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rolandvz71

Member Since 09 Aug 2010
Offline Last Active Jan 19 2015 06:43 AM

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In Topic: Kenmore electric dryer model #110. 69822801

17 January 2015 - 09:56 AM

think the timer is junk like mentioned above....tied T and W .....dryer starts but no heat, but dryer will not stop when dryer is forced to the OFF position on the timer dial....just keeps on turning and turning, turning and turning.......Get this..I open door to stop dyer then close it, then press start button the dryer will only run if the start button is held down....hmm? So I unplug it from wall replug it and what do ya know---it starts up and stays running w/o holding down the start button, but still with no heat......real head scratcher

 

Checked:

Heater..... ......good

All limits..........good

Start button....good

 

Any thoughts? oh I have no wiring diagram to go by so if any one has one plz share if possble


In Topic: Old Skol Whirlpool LAF5500W1 washer rebuild

10 January 2015 - 11:32 AM

Did you find a new spring and shaft seal - I was expecting to see that spring broken from the original problem you had!

 

Other than that It sounds like you have it all now.

yea spring was fine but rusty....seal was gone hence: the water in the case, so I have replaced it with new old stock spring and seal I found on eBay a month ago.

 

Just received delivery conformation...parts will be here next week!

 

the original problem was a broken T-bearing


In Topic: Old Skol Whirlpool LAF5500W1 washer rebuild

08 January 2015 - 09:05 PM

Parts needed on order thx for the links and will post progress....


In Topic: Old Skol Whirlpool LAF5500W1 washer rebuild

08 January 2015 - 04:43 PM

 

Make sure when you put it back together you don't forget the ball bearing first then the round thrust disc that go under the agitator shaft ref# 11 & 12 in this picture:

www.partselect.com/Schematics/Whirlpool/YF8GSTHA.gif

 

About 11 and 12....now I found the BB,  but the round thrust disc was lost in dumping the water/oil sludge in the gearcase.....RRRR!! I was surprised to see the bearing down there and come to find out there was a disc down there too??

 

What was the disc made from? I may need that part # as well....found this from a cross ref gearcase looks like 64 & 65

 

Looks like the peps over @ http://www.appliance...tscompany.com are gonna have the ball bearing & the round thrust disc

 

Anything else in your opinion that would need to be replaced to make this gearcase rebuild right since I have it apart?


In Topic: Old Skol Whirlpool LAF5500W1 washer rebuild

08 January 2015 - 12:17 AM

Looks like I'm gonna have to keep monitoring eBay for this part.....its no longer made.......blah!!



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