Question about Kenmore 24032\24036 Top Load Washer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kenmore he2 front load washer
I had the same draining problem as described by others, but the drain pump filter was not plugged. Instead, a large rubber band had somehow gone through the filter and was caught in the pump propellers. In my model (110.46472501), the pump can be turned and then pulled off of the filter apparatus by depressing a tab as the pump is turned (although I only learned this after taking out the pump and filter apparatus together), and the pump can then be cleaned. A perk in taking off the toe panel: attached to the inside of the panel was a trouble-shooting guide "for service technician only" which does include checking the drain pump filter for this problem.
Posted on Apr 20, 2008
i had my kenmore washer doing the same,looked at water pump but nothing was stuck inside ,i tried the lid switch and stuck a screwdriver in it to see if this would do the trick,nothing..but when i took it out, i could see where it had come apart...took it out and decided to use gorilla glue and clamp it back till the glue dries,before the glueing process ,i test the draining outside with a buckett..and bingo,it started draining the water,i only had the switch crimped with my fingers and at the same time pushed the switch down ,it worked..draing started..hopes this helps
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
Take off the bottom panel (unplug unit first!) and unscrew the cap on the drain cylinder, be sure to have plenty of towels to soak up the water! pull out the center piece and check out all the treasures stored inside. Be sure to use a flashlight and lift up the black hose behind it to get any leftovers in the hose. I just did it today and could not believe how much stuff was in there...coins. pens, buttons, lost of wet lint had it clogged. The clothes finally don't smell!
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
It sounds like you have something stuck in the pump.
Remove bottom front panel(remove 2-3 screws in the bottom) Pull bottom of panel out and down to remove.
Towards the center bottom you will see the pump. On the front is a round thing that resembles a filter. This is the pump filter screen...Get a shallow pan to put under screen. Turn lid counter clockwise to remove(turn slowly and allow water to drain. As you may need to dump pan several times before all water is drained out. Be carful or you could end up with water everywhere. Once the water is drained pull out screen and remove the debris and objects stuck in screen and filter housing you should also be able to see the impeller on the pump inspect for debris. Once everything is cleaned out reverse removal procedures put back together.
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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