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You have to push in first before rotating the lid and wait for the pressure to exit . De-pressurize .

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I have a Kenmore washer #11026002010. I am having problems with the water overfilling and not progressing to the next cycle. Would you have info on the fault codes and also the recalibration procedure


Does it sound like it wants to spin? If so more than likely the motor coupler broke causing your washer to not spin. It is one of the most common parts that fail.

Anyhow Sears is the best bet for your answers they even list all the steps needed to trouble shoot.

Model 11026002010 Kenmore Automatic washer Repair

This one is from the link above and credit to:

Natasha12,November 17, 2014

Thank you for choosing Searspartsdirect.com and being a valued member. I can certainly assist you in locating the diagnostics for your washer.

ACTIVATING THE SERVICE
DIAGNOSTIC TEST MODES
1. Be sure the washer is in standby mode
(plugged in with all indicators off).
2. Perform the following sequence of
movement using the cycle selector knob.
NOTE: AFTER RESET, sequence "a" through
"e" must be completed within 6 seconds.
RESET - Rotate cycle selector knob
counterclockwise one or more clicks
to clear sequence.
a. Rotate cycle selector knob clockwise
one click and wait ½ second.
b. Rotate cycle selector knob clockwise
one click and wait ½ second.
c. Rotate cycle selector knob clockwise
one click and wait ½ second.
d. Rotate cycle selector knob
counterclockwise one click and
wait ½ second.
e. Rotate cycle selector knob
clockwise one click.
?Successful activation of Diagnostic Test
Modes will be indicated by all status
LEDs (except for Lid Locked) flashing
ON and OFF in half-second intervals.
NOTE: LED names may vary between
makes and models.


FAULT CODE DISPLAY MODE (Pgs 6-7)
To access fault/error codes, perform steps 1
and 2 of Activating the Service Diagnostic Test
Modes. Turn the cycle selector knob until the
status LEDs or display correspond as follows:
?"Done" LED On, "01" Displayed on 7-segment
01
Sensing Soak Wash Rinse Spin Done
Press the START button to enter Fault Code
Display Mode. The status LEDs will flash
ON and OFF and "cl" is displayed on the
7-segment (if display exists).
1. To view last 4 fault codes:
? Turn cycle selector knob clockwise to view
fault codes in the order of most recent to
oldest. (Refer to Fault/Error Code charts
on pages 6 & 7.)
NOTE: A fault/error code will be removed
from memory if it does not reoccur after
10 consecutive wash cycles.
2. To clear fault codes:
? Turn cycle selector knob until the status
LEDs flash ON and OFF or "cl" is displayed
on 7-segment. (See figure 2, page 2).
?Press and hold START button for 3
seconds to clear all fault codes. Press
POWER to exit Service Diagnostic Mode.

You can also visit searpartsdirect.com for parts, diagrams, and repair information.
If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .
Thank you for your question. Have a great day.

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Broken Glass Lid


check the manufacturer's website or call their toll-free number

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Need help on to set up belt for shampoo for


Lift the light bulb housing up and you will find a latch that will rotate to release the front agitator housing and remove it from the machine. On the bottom of that housing, there are two latches that secure the bottom plate that covers the roller. Remove the plate and the roller will come out. Be sure to notice that the roller has a magnet at one end that lines up with the indicator that shows you when the roller is turning - it's the little green light that glows while you are vacuuming. The roller needs to go back in the same way it came out. O.K. Take your new belt and position it around the middle of the roller and drop the roller back into place and replace the bottom plate. On the front of the housing, there is a big square "knob" and you can rotate that piece. If you look inside the hole on the other side of the agitator housing, you will see that there is an arm that moves with the square knob. The end of this arm will catch the belt and with a little effort, the knob will rotate and lift the belt into position for replacing the housing back on to the machine. once you have the housing back on the machine and secure, you rotate the square knob back around and the belt will sit down on the drive shaft. If you look at the top of the agitator housing just above where the knob is, you will see a red and a green arrow which indicate which way the knob turns to do the "remove" belt or "replace" belt. I hope this helps. Once you do it properly, it actually is quite easy.

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Need plastic handle on Rival Crockpot lid.


For what it's worth, when the handle on my mother-in-law's crockpot broke, I went to Home Depot and bought a cheap wooden drawer knob (about $1 as I recall). I put a plastic washer between the knob and the glass and another under the screw head from the bottom (to prevent cracking the lid), tightened the screw and good as new.

Feb 20, 2009 | Rival 38601 Smart Pot 6-Quart

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Belt replacement


Lift the light bulb housing up and you will find a latch that will rotate to release the front agitator housing and remove it from the machine. On the bottom of that housing, there are two latches that secure the bottom plate that covers the roller. Remove the plate and the roller will come out. Be sure to notice that the roller has a magnet at one end that lines up with the indicator that shows you when the roller is turning - it's the little green light that glows while you are vacuuming. The roller needs to go back in the same way it came out. O.K. Take your new belt and position it around the middle of the roller and drop the roller back into place and replace the bottom plate. On the front of the housing, there is a big square "knob" and you can rotate that piece. If you look inside the hole on the other side of the agitator housing, you will see that there is an arm that moves with the square knob. The end of this arm will catch the belt and with a little effort, the knob will rotate and lift the belt into position for replacing the housing back on to the machine. once you have the housing back on the machine and secure, you rotate the square knob back around and the belt will sit down on the drive shaft. If you look at the top of the agitator housing just above where the knob is, you will see a red and a green arrow which indicate which way the knob turns to do the "remove" belt or "replace" belt. I hope this helps. Once you do it properly, it actually is quite easy.
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Jan 25, 2008 | Kirby G4 Bagged Upright Vacuum

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Kirby vaccum ultimate G


Lift the light bulb housing up and you will find a latch that will rotate to release the front agitator housing and remove it from the machine. On the bottom of that housing, there are two latches that secure the bottom plate that covers the roller. Remove the plate and the roller will come out. Be sure to notice that the roller has a magnet at one end that lines up with the indicator that shows you when the roller is turning - it's the little green light that glows while you are vacuuming. The roller needs to go back in the same way it came out. O.K. Take your new belt and position it around the middle of the roller and drop the roller back into place and replace the bottom plate. On the front of the housing, there is a big square "knob" and you can rotate that piece. If you look inside the hole on the other side of the agitator housing, you will see that there is an arm that moves with the square knob. The end of this arm will catch the belt and with a little effort, the knob will rotate and lift the belt into position for replacing the housing back on to the machine. once you have the housing back on the machine and secure, you rotate the square knob back around and the belt will sit down on the drive shaft. If you look at the top of the agitator housing just above where the knob is, you will see a red and a green arrow which indicate which way the knob turns to do the "remove" belt or "replace" belt. I hope this helps. Once you do it properly, it actually is quite easy.

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Broken knob


you can probably get a substitute knob from radio shack - replacement knobs. it may not have the markings you desire but at least you'll have a knob you can rotate.

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