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Re: Lid switch assembly is broken.
Sometimes the lid switch is held by two little screws right inside the top, they should be visible. Don't drop the wires, and you will be able to put the new one right on. If you have to open the top, try pushing a putty knife in the gap at the top front corners. That should release the spring catch, and you can then raise the top.
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1 Unplug the power cord. Pull the Whirlpool Duet away from the wall. Remove the screws at the back of the machine using a Phillips screwdriver. Remove the top panel from the machine and set it aside.
2 Remove the soap dispenser from the front of the machine by pulling it out and depressing the button at the back to release it. Remove the soap dispenser bracket retaining screws, using a Phillips screwdriver. Pull the dispenser bracket out of the washer.
3 Remove the retaining screws from the control panel with a Phillips screwdriver. Release the locking clips and flip the control panel on top of the machine. There is no need to disconnect the wiring harness. Open the washing machine door and remove the retaining screws from the door latch, using a nut driver.
4 Remove the outer retaining spring from the bellow seal using a pair of needle-nose pliers to grasp the loop and pull it out. Peel the bellow away from the door opening, using your fingers. Push the bellow seal inside the machine after you release it from the door opening.
5 Lift the front of the washing machine and put a wooden block under it. Remove the retaining screws from the bottom of the front panel using a nut driver. Remove the wooden block from under the washing machine and lower the unit back to the floor. Remove the screws at the top of the front panel with a nut driver. Pull the panel away from the machine and set it aside.
6 Pull the old bellow seal from the machine. Unplug the white and black hoses from the old bellow seal . Remove the spring clamp from the bellow and throw the old bellow seal away. Rub liquid laundry soap on the groove of the new bellow seal. Push the new bellow seal onto the washtub with the opening for the hoses at the top. Push firmly until it is on tight.
7 Install the spring clamp on the new bellow seal into the groove using a Phillips screwdriver. Plug the black and white hoses into the holes at the top of the bellow. Be careful not to damage the bellow seal. Place the front of the machine on the frame and install the top screws using a nut driver. Push the door latch through the hole and install the retaining screws.
8 Press the bellow seal into place around the door opening and install the spring clamp around the perimeter of the bellow. Lift the machine and place the wood block under it. Install the bottom screws with the nut driver. Remove the wooden block and place the machine back on the floor. Put the control panel in place and lock the retaining clips.
9 Install the soap dispenser bracket and the retaining screws using a Phillips screwdriver. Install the retaining screws on the control panel. Place the top cover on the machine and install the screws with the Phillips screwdriver. Plug in the power cord and push the machine against the wall. Install the soap dispenser drawer and push it all the way in so the tab locks into place.
1 Unplug the power cord from the electrical socket. 2 Remove the screws located around the edges of the back panel of the DVLR223 dryer. Move the back panel away from the cabinet. 3 Push the idler pulley away from the belt to loosen the belt tension. Remove the screws on the panel behind the dryer drum. Remove the panel. 4 Remove the four screws located on the underside of the top panel. Lift the top panel off of the cabinet. 5 Lift the drum up through the top of the cabinet and set it aside. 6 Unplug the electrical wires connected to the heating element assembly. Remove the old heating element from the DVLR223. 7 Insert the new heating element where the old one was previously located. Plug the electrical wires into the heating element assembly. 8 Replace the drum inside the dryer cabinet. Replace the top panel and the four screws that go on the underside of it. 9 Replace the panel behind the drum. Replace the screws that hold it in position. 10 Reposition the back panel onto the DVLR223. Replace the sheet metal screws around the perimeter of the back panel.
You will need this part# Lid switchNumber:3949238which can be ordered at www.searspartsdirect.com If you have your owners manual w/parts diagram this procedure will be easy. If not, go to www.searspartsdirect.com and search by your model # be sure to include the 110.
This is a very easy repair to do. I will walk this thru whilst referencing the items on the parts section.
You will need some room to work behind your machine so, shut off the water to the machine, Unplug it from the outlet, and remove the water supply hoses from the back of the machine. You may want to have a pail or bucket handy to catch the water as it drains from the hoses. Move your machine away from the wall to a position that you can comfortably get access to both the front and back of the machine.
Find the section called "Control panel" in your illustrated parts.
1) you will need to remove the plastic end covers on either side of the control panel Item #11. They just snap on and off.
2) With the plastic end covers off you will see a screw that looks like it holds part #7 to the machine top. Remove that screw from both sides of the control panel. Make sure that you put the screws where they will not be lost.
3) Grip both sides of the control panel from the front of the machine, and pull towards you. You should feel and hear a click. Now the control panel unit is loose from the machine. You can roll it backwards and off of the top. It can be lifted off of the top but it will still be connected via the wiring harness.
Now go to the section listed as "Top and cabinet"
4) Note part #6, lift up on the tab on each one and remove them. They are going to be tight so you will need to use some force to pop them out. Once both of these have been removed the back should be released from the washer.
5) Allow the rear panel to fall back slightly then lift it off the machine. Take note how it slides in for future reference when putting it back on.
6) Now you should be able to see the hex screws #23 that hold the machine top #2 to the body wrap #5. The screws are hex and flat combi-screws, usually 1/4" or 5/16th, so a socket will fit them. Remove both of the #23 screws.
7) lift the top enough that you can gain access to the lid switch. The lid switch is usually snapped into position but you will need to remove the grounding wire screw #23 at the lid switch also.
8) Carefully unplug the lid switch harness and remove the old lid switch from the top.
9) Snap the new lid switch into place, plug in the harness plug, and secure the ground wire with the screw.
10) Line up your top for the screws #23 and re-attach the top to the wrap.
11) Carefully replace the machine rear panel. Make sure it is properly seated at the bottom and flush against the wrap.
12) Now take each #6 spring clip and re-insert it and snap it back in place This should lock the back panel in place.
13) Line up the control panel to the top and push towards the back of the machine until it clicks into place.
14) Secure the control panel with the two screws #6 and snap the end covers #11 back into place.
Reconnect your water supply lines to the machine, and plug it back in. And perform a function test.
If you did everything correctly, your machine will now operate in the spin cycle.
I hope this helps
Loud and rumbling usually means that at least one of the drum support rollers is not turning freely. It is a bit of work to replace them.
1. disconnect power to machine. 2. remove top by taking 3 phillips head screws out of back edge of top, then standing in front of machine, use palms of hands to sharply push top back about 2 inches and lift off. 4. remove control panel (you do not have to disconnect wires to it, just lay it on top of machine.) 5. remove screws at 4 and 8 O'clock positions behind door, screws along top edge of front panel, electrical plugs to light and door switch, and by tilting panel forward, the plug near the bottom for the sensor, allowing the front panel to be removed and set aside. 6. remove 2 phillips head screws from each side of drum support, allowing support to be lifted up about a half inch and removed, giving access to the front support rollers. 7. Release belt and remove drum to access rear drum rollers. 8. replace offending rollers and re-assemble.
I've skipped over a few minor steps which should be obvious as you go.
yes the water inlet valve is bad! might be easier to remove the base, when you remove the base the back stays connected to the frame. just unplug the machine,remove the end caps on your control panel and remove the screws holding it on, them pull slightly forward and up to fllip the control panel back it has plastic hinges on top,be careful not to break them. then unplug your lid switch, with a screwdriver remove the 2 gold clips that hold the base to the back panel, then open your lid lift from back towards you and the whole base will come off leaving the back panel and frame, should be a whole lot easier to replace the valve, then replace reversing your steps , when you are lifting off the base look at the bottom of machine through your lid and you can see how to put it back on the frame! not to hard!
Unplug the machine, lift the front of the control panel, at the back of that panel you will see two arms that the cover pivots on. Gently spread them apart while lifting up, not to hard or you will break them. Once it begins to lift out pay attention to the single connector at the back right, remove that connector and place the control panel to one side. Now you will see 2 screws on the front of the feed asembly, remove those. Lift the front of the feed unit up while looking under the front you will note 2 more connectors, one to the scanner and one further back to the drive motor. They are also wrapped around a couple of tie downs. Unwrap and then disconnect the connectors and remove the feed unit. Turn the feed unit over and look at the scanner,at one end you will see a plastic tab, you will press that out of the way and you will be able to slide the scanner back about half an inch. turn it back ovr and remove the scanner. Note that you do not lose the 2 small springs under the scanner. Slide new one in and reassemble. Have fun.
On some (older Maytag) machines the top is fastened with spring clips at the front corners and you can just pry the top up. It hinges along the back edge. On newer (Whirlpool) machines there are two screws at eh front bottom of the control panel. Remove them and lift and flip the control panel back. Then remove two large spring clips that hold the top to the back panel and lift the entire cabinet assemble off the base. Unplug the electrical connector between the cabinet top and control panel before lifting it off.
Remove the power plug from the wall socket. The front panel must be removed after getting the case top loose--remove screws from back near the top, then slide top back and lift the front of the top. The front panel is held by screws near the top inside, then lift panel off. Remove wiring from inside the panel and set panel aside. Take back lower panel off and release the drive belt from the motor. Remove the drum--screws inside near center. Leave belt around the drum and set aside. You now have access to the heating element. Reverse the above to reassemble. Whew!!
If you need a new drum. Follow the instructions below.
Ordered drum from Sears parts. 3045EL1002D Cost of 85$ + 15 to ship. It came in 5 days.
Here is how to do it on a DLE2514W. Takes about an hour. I only used a phillips screw
driver. Take your time and look over the situation. I hope that I rememberd
everything. Good luck. Dryer Drum Repair
Dryer Drum Repair
1. Remove L bracket with 6 screws at the top, rear. 2. Slide top back 2 inches to unlatch and remove. 3. Remove control panel with 2 screws at top, inside corners. 4. Carefully unplug 4 plugs from back of control panel. 5. Looking at inside at the top. Remove wiring bundle from 2 guides. 6. Unplug wire from dryer light. 7. Open dryer door and unscrew 2 screws behind door just below lint trap. 8. Remove 4 screws at top of front panel that holds the door. 9. Lift up front panel to remove. I couldn't get the door switch plug to disconnect so I carefully rotated it an set it on top of the dryer. 10. Remove upper case bracket with 2 screws in front and 2 screws inside at top. 11. slide up a bit to unlock from sides. Watch routing of dryer switch wire bundle. 12. Remove lint trap duct with 2 machine screws. Carefully slide down to remove. 13. Remove front drum support with 4 screws attached to sides. Lift up to disengage
sides. Lift drum to free from rollers. 14. Observe how drive belt is routed around motor and tension roller. Push tension
roller up and release belt. Carefully take belt off and remove. 15. Almost done. Lift drum up at rear to free from rear rollers. Remove. 16. While your're there vacuume up dust and reverse procedure to install.
lid removal ? may i suggest you first remove the rear panel then you may find the top panel was held in place by the top securing screws holding rear panel ? you may have to slide top panel rearwards a little to clear from front then lift off ? careful of wires to plug/switch hope this helps ?