Kenmore elite HE 3t started pouring water out from front of drum
Thanks for the only resonable reply I have received. There is a white plastic collar around the front of the washer drum that does not move that has a rim of gray rubber around it (that has a jagged torn looking edge to it) and there is a similar rubber gasket that is attached to the front of the machine that encircles the door opening. Are these (now separate) parts supposed to be a single collar that seals the front of the drum? With the front attached to the opening around the door and the rear attached to the white plastic collar that is at the front of the drum? If so, then the seal has completely torn into two separate pieces and this would explain my problem.
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When that happens it is often because the drum bearing is starting to go. The first symptom is a loud high pitched noise during the spin part of the cycle. As problem gets worsening you will notice that the drum will be a bit wobbly if you spin it by hand.
Hello, your problem is not the motor, it is the drum shaft collar or what the tub rests on. It is on the top of the shaft. You need to remove the shell, the plastic collar that rests on top of the drum, the agitator, then the nut that holds the drum down, and then pull the drum out, and then you will see the collar. I know it is hard to get to so I would call a pro for this job unless you think you can do it. The part is cheep it is the labor that will cost you. Thank you
Just in case there is a pull string with a loop, all plastic under the latch, need to pull the toe panel off and reach up inside the right, unplugged of course until you feel the switch. a pull latch is below the switch incase this happens and hats off to all star/ a serial error or a faulty switch is most of what causes this to start.
F32 is the code for a Water Level Switch Failure. 1. Remove the top panel from the washer by removing the
three screws in the top back of the washer. 2. Inside the back right
corner is a round plastic box, fastened to the side with a plastic snap. In will have a wire connector and a small, rubber hose connected to it. 3. Check to make sure all the connector wires are
connected and tight. Unplug washer for 30 seconds to reset it. If the cycle fails
still with the F32 code, you'll need to replace the Water Level Switch. 4. If
the Water Level Switch does not eliminate the F32 code, it then the machine controller may have failed.
The screws are a #20 torx bit. Once you take those out, remove the panel. Behind it is a white plastic pump. I usually remove the torx screw in it too so it can come out further and I can get a bucket under it. As you unscrew the front of it counter clock wise, drain out the water SLOWLY. Then clean debris from the trap.
khorak, I've seen this on this model a bunch of times. The inlet valve is weeping water. You need to change it out. The top has 3 screws in the back and it will slide off toward the back. The valve sits on the left side, right up on top. Easy job, part number is 8181694. Catriver