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Member Since 25 Mar 2011
Offline Last Active Apr 16 2011 04:38 PM

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Kenmore Heavy Duty 80 Series Spin wobble - 110.92480200

10 April 2011 - 05:45 PM

110.92480200


Kenmore heavy duty 80 series that seems to wobble but i'm not sure if it's within "normal" range. I made a video of it here with no water or clothes in it, but it doesn't really capture how bad it is. With clothes in it makes much more racket and wobbles much harder. Wasn't sure if this is something to be concerned about?




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Kenmore 110.96374200 Dryer has a bad timer?

25 March 2011 - 06:11 PM

Hello,

I have a kenmore 40 seriers heavy duty dryer model 110.96374200 63742 that is acting weird.

First of all the start button has never worked. It has always just started as soon as you set the timer and close the door. The problem is It will only run if the timer is set in the last few minutes of each cycle. For example: set timer to 15+ minutes on the timed cycle and I can hear it ticking, but the dryer doesn't start. Turn timer to below 15 and it will kick on and finish fine. Same for the auto setting, it will only work on the last "tick" or so on the dial.

I'm assuming the timer needs to be replaced? I think this is it... http://www.repaircli...tail/Timer/2030.

Anything else it could be and is there a way to test the timer to make sure?

I appreciate any advice.

Thanks


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