We had a fire in our home in August and our refrigerator had some smoke damage. I cleaned this thing for 4 days. But the inside had food left in it. So silly me wanted to make sure that all places of this thing was clean, so I took apart all the pieces inside of it. Now 1 month later I still can't remeber how to put it all back together. I know silly, huh? Well now my honey, is upset and I was hoping someone could e-mail me the assembly of the inside of this thing, so I can get it put back together. We don't have the owners manual cause we bought it used from a yard sale. Please, please help me. I'm pretty sure this is the model #, if not it is pretty close, they look to be the same from the pictures I have seen on the site. Thank you so very much, I'm very gratful to whom ever helps me out. Silly Silly In Indiana
You have the capability to assemble the entire refrig by roving the internet, there was one refrigerator parts site that had pictures of most of the parts of the liste model. Others will have a parts breakdown diagram indicating the general location of most parts. Also one, can order lthe service manual which has the parts listed and lists a diagramatic layout. This will make so you can reassemble unit, based on your ability to interpret the schematic layouts. Another method is to lay it out in the garage, and take a picture of it all, and including close-ups. With these photos one could instruct you to assemble unit.
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Kenmore Elite refrigerators come in several styles, including units with a freezer at the top and units with freezers at the bottom. The top and bottom of the fridge work on different systems. Sometimes the freezer may function perfectly, while the fridge performs poorly. Most issues with the fridge cooling are due to incorrect settings or poor cleaning practices. Checking common problems with the refrigerator will help you diagnose the situation and keep expensive repairs to a minimum
1. Check that the Kenmore Elite refrigerator is plugged in. Inspect the circuit breaker of the home if the refrigerator is plugged in but not running.
2. Pull the unit out from the wall and vacuum the condenser coils at the back of the unit.
3. Turn the temperature control in the Kenmore Elite refrigerator to the "On" position.
4. Turn up the temperature on the temperature control, located inside the unit on the wall.
5. Check the seal along the door for signs of cracks or dryness. If it is damaged, lift up on the seal to expose the screws that hold it in place. Loosen the screws and pull the seal off. Place a new seal on the unit, starting in the corners and working your way around to insert the tabs into the Kenmore Elite fridge door.
6. Check the seal along the door for signs of cracks or dryness. If it is damaged, lift up on the seal to expose the screws that hold it in place. Loosen the screws and pull the seal off. Place a new seal on the unit, starting in the corners and working your way around to insert the tabs into the fridge door.
7. Move food away from the vents inside the Kenmore Elite refrigerator.
Hello, Well the smell is most likely from lint that is trapped in the dryer burning. The first thing you need to do is check the lint screen just inside the door. Second is to take the vent tube off of the back of the dryer and check to see if it is plugged with lint inside of the dryer. Clean out any you can see, also if the tubing inside of the dryer is most likely plugged with lint and the heating element is catching the lint on fire. If let go without cleaning this will cause a fire! I work for an appliance repair company and have seen dryers catch fire due to them being clogged with lint, you have two options; first is to clean it yourself, second is to have an appliance repair technician come to your home and clean it. The second is easier and safer but the first is cheaper but very labor intensive. I hope that answered your question and helped. Good luck!
Good day, Yes it's a sensor, but if you have to restart it manually after the cool down period, it is the sensor built into the motor. That sensor measures motor temperature and current draw. It locks out the motor until it reaches normal temperature.
If it restarts on it's own, then post back with the complete model number. It would be a different problem.
You said,Smoke is coming out of the back of my gas Kenmore oven. Oven is clean -
no spills/debris. Ran clean cycle and broiler did not smoke. Warmer
drawer at bottom, so nothing spilled there. Soon as you turn it on,
downstairs is full of smoke. Sometimes after preheat goes off, smoke
clears and its fine. But I'm afraid to use it because last time I saw a
If your afraid to use it, do not hesitate to call service. Nobody wants a fire! Huuum
See if cold air is coming out of the air diffuser top-back freezer side of fridge. A common problem is a bad air diffuser assembly. Sometimes it may freeze closed and break when it tries to cycle. The freezer usually works fine.