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Kenmore 80 Series washer wont spin or drain at end of cycle

I have a Kenmore Series 80 washer that fills fine and runs its course but when it approaches the spin cycle, it just turns off and the tub is full of water. Tried multiple spin options, all with same result

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  • jrdy6 Apr 17, 2009

    Thanks for the updates. The model number is 11023822100. The tub is still full of water. Once it passes the rinse point on the dial, the machine just turns off. It does not reach spin. Makes me wonder if there is some sort of fuse.

  • ERIC BAKER May 11, 2010

    If you leave it on the spin cycle do'es it eventually drain the water out and end the wash cycle?

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  • James Chandler Apr 18, 2009

    gravity drain it into a bucket by lowering the hose till it is empty enough to move out side so you can drain it the rest of the way and it sounds like a bad lid switch. drain it and change the lid switch then repost.

  • James Chandler Apr 18, 2009

    to change the lid switch you have to remove the 2 screws on the front bottom of the control panel and slide it forward and lift it up . it's hinged in the back. then nudo your lid switch connector(the one that looks like it is going down through the top panel, then remove the two brass looking clips, then grasp the cabinet and pull it toward you till you can disengage the bottom from the base. now you can change the lid switch. re-assembly is in reverse and make sure bottom is locked in place before final setting of cabinet.

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