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Need lid switch part # for Kenmore SM 9711032

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Any appliance parts store will have it

Posted on Nov 06, 2012

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  • julie ellis Nov 06, 2012

    Hi Gary, all i have to tell them is the model # ?

  • gary Johnson
    gary Johnson Nov 06, 2012

    yes the model # is all you need and 2 screws is all that holds it in

  • julie ellis Nov 06, 2012

    I found a temporary solution, I stuck a coat hanger (not wire. but plastic,the kind a store will give you if you ask) in the slot with the washing machine lid open, it works !!! too funny

  • gary Johnson
    gary Johnson Nov 06, 2012

    A match book will work or duct tape it down for a more permanent solution haha

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