I have a Kenmore Washer/dryer stack, model 11099575120, and I want to remove the bottom front panel. It has a rust area that I'd like to grind down and re-paint. I don't know how to remove the panel. Any tips?
Re: Removal of front cabinet panel of washer section
Should be two screws on each side of the bottom of the front panel. Takes those out and push the panel up and out. (There are two "tabs?" in the middle of the front panel that lock into the side panels, so you have to push up and then pull out.)
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On this particular model you drop the splash plate like this once you have that out of the way you would then remove the cabinet by pop some sclips like on a direct drive washer Then the case comes of like this:
When the pads on the front wear, it will make noise when running. They can be replaced. There is one on the top and one on the bottom rim where the drum turns. You remove the front to access them by removing the screws on the top. Post your model number for diagrams. It's usually stamped on a small tag in a visible location on your appliance.
Washer-Dryer- behind or on top of the control panel. Behind the door. On the lower front or side of the cabinet.
Hi, Top of the cabinet you may found the screws around the operational panel gently remove the screw of top and see that inlet valve in it probably two screws will be present in it you can easily remove and replace the new inlet valve
first of all. comming from a Sears Technician.. (don't yell) -- the delivery drivers only know about delivering stuff. they dont know too much,
if the two are the same size they can be stacked.
sometimes have to rig something up
and yes, for that model the top is removed, clips go on the rear and screwed at the front.
in some areas it is sold seperatly as a stacking kit