I have a 90 series kenmore washing machine model # 110.26912691
the aggitator won't aggitate and it won't spin but it does drain. What can be the problem. I washed one load of work shirts and pant etc. on the permanant press cycle and it seemed to work fine. the next load was whitesand that is when it seemed to quite on me. Any ideas or suggestions?
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If the spin cycle works, but the unit only fails to aggitate......the problem is most likely a clutch or transmission problem. If the unit neither spins or aggitates, you could have a broken belt or even a defective lid switch. Sometimes a model will have broken dogs, or cogs in the aggitator base. To check this, with the machine off..reach into the machine tub..grab the aggitaror and try to turn it manually by hand. If you can turn it and also feel a sensation such as a gear slipping or teeth not properly taking hold or meshing, the cogs or dogs may need to be replaced that are under the aggitator itself. Best Wishes
you will need to purchase an agitator replacement kit for your washer and, the clutch will need to be replaced as well. these components are damaged and, replacing them will restore your units agitation functions.
I have a Series 80 and when I lift the lid it does not stop aggitating when in wash mode. When I lift the lid it does stop spinning when in rinse mode. As designed.
To stop wash-mode aggitation at lid-lift, using the existing lid switch and other electrical components, is not easy and not recommended. I can think of a way to do it (triple-pole lid switch) but I will not detail the idea .. for safety concerns.
To stop aggitation, simply use the main settings dial control. You'll save money and possibly prevent a fire hazard!
Your pressure switch hose maybe be plugged. This is happening because your washer thinks it's full of water.
Remove the clear hose from the pressure switch behind the control panel and blow through the hose. You are basically going to blowing air through the hose and into the wash tub. This will clear any restriction that is in the hose.
This is a common problem and a simple fix for your issue.
If you have anymore questions about this please ask. I will be more than happy to help you further.
Go under the aggitator inside the tub and pull out the aggitator it self and check out see if the teeth are strip,If the teeth are strip on the aggitator replace it. If is on the other side then it's not worth repairing. All you need to do is just pull on the aggitor from the bottom.
Rob, sounds like you need an agitator repair kit. Not a hard job, under the dispenser cap you have a set of ears, spring and plastic bearing. The kit is cheap, you can find it here http://www.repairclinic.com/0080.asp Catriver...post back