Question about Kenmore Washing Machines
I have a Kenmore model 417 front load washing machine. Recently, my wife washed our dog's bedding and the stuffing separated from the bedding shell... and as a result, the machine refused to go into the spin cycle. I removed the bottom panel and removed the pump and cleared the debris from the impeller, but feeling inside the hole that drains from the drum, I can feel the "cotton" stuffing sticking to the exit holes of the drum. I hope I stated the problem clearly. How do you suggest I remove the remainder of the debris from the outside of the drum?
A long wire flexible brush will work well.
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Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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