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Water is leakig from the bottom cabinet. How do I check to see that the lid is closing properly?

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Go to diagnostic mode, once you in there, you can press Start/Pause to initiate show off mode. The show off Mode displays cycles through every segment. When you are at LS (or LD) stand ing for Lid seal, press lock/unlock button, then you will hear the sound of the actuators pulling the lid down. WHen it sop, try to pull out the tube. If it is sealed correctly, you would not be able to pull the tube out.

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Fills with water then does nothing. won't agitate or spin. I checked coupler and it is fine.


The problem is with the lid switch. Disconnect both hot and cold water line from the water inlet valve. Mark the hot and cold so you don't get them mixed up. There are 2 philips head screws at the back of the machine, holding down the console to the cabinet. One in each rear corner. Slide the console forward slightly and tilt back. There are 2 metal clips that hold the cabinet and top to the back panel. Use a screwdriver and pry both clips up. ( pay attention on how to put the clips back). Disconnect the harness to the lid switch. Now stand in front of the cabinet and tilt forward towards you while pulling forward. Cabinet should slide forward. Once the cabinet has been separated fro the back panel, lift the lid up. On the right side of the lid you will see 2 screws. remove screws. (theses are the screws that secure the lid switch to the top). Now go to the back of the cabinet at the opening and look in the corner where you just removed the 2 screws, You will see a green ground wire screwed to the cabinet. Should be a 5/16 screw. (not 100% sure). Remove screw. there are 2 small clips holding the tubing for the wire harness in place. Popping both clips out should release the lid switch. Now disconnect harness holder from the top of the cabinet by pressing in the plastic clips at the side. Pay attention to the direction of the plug. Put the new plug in the same direction as the one you removed. Once you have inserted the plug and it snaps back into place, thread the tubing back behind both metal clips and clip those back in place. Secure the ground wire back to the cabinet. Now mount the lid switch back to the cabinet. You can do this with the lid up. Secure both screws into the lid switch. Close and open the lid to test the lid switch. You should hear a clicking sound. Now its time to put the cabinet back on.
Standing in front of the cabinet, tilt it forward towards you and line it up with the base frame. Tuck the front bottom lip on the cabinet under the lip of the base. Make sure that the tabs sticking up from the base lines up with the bottom of the cabinet. Be patient, may take you awhile to get the cabinet back in position.
Slide the back panel forward back in place. make sure it tucks into the back of the cabinet. Once its in place, now you can reinstall the two metal clips that secure the back panel to the cabinet. reconnect the harness to the lid switch. Tilt the console back down into place inserting the tabs on the side into place on the cabinet. Once in place slide the console backwards into place. You can now put the 2 screws back that hold the console to the cabinet.
That should do it. Plug the washer back in and start using.

Feb 14, 2011 | Roper RAS6233KQ Top Load Washer

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<span>Disconnect both hot and cold water line from the water inlet valve. Mark the hot and cold so you don't get them mixed up. There are 2 philips head screws at the back of the machine, holding down the console to the cabinet. One in each rear corner. Slide the console forward slightly and tilt back. There are 2 metal clips that hold the cabinet and top to the back panel. Use a screwdriver and pry both clips up. ( pay attention on how to put the clips back). Disconnect the harness to the lid switch. Now stand in front of the cabinet and tilt forward towards you while pulling forward. Cabinet should slide forward. Once the cabinet has been separated fro the back panel, lift the lid up. On the right side of the lid you will see 2 screws. remove screws. (theses are the screws that secure the lid switch to the top). Now go to the back of the cabinet at the opening and look in the corner where you just removed the 2 screws, You will see a green ground wire screwed to the cabinet. Should be a 5/16 screw. (not 100% sure). Remove screw. there are 2 small clips holding the tubing for the wire harness in place. Popping both clips out should release the lid switch. Now disconnect harness holder from the top of the cabinet by pressing in the plastic clips at the side. Pay attention to the direction of the plug. Put the new plug in the same direction as the one you removed. Once you have inserted the plug and it snaps back into place, thread the tubing back behind both metal clips and clip those back in place. Secure the ground wire back to the cabinet. Now mount the lid switch back to the cabinet. You can do this with the lid up. Secure both screws into the lid switch. Close and open the lid to test the lid switch. You should hear a clicking sound. Now its time to put the cabinet back on. <br />Standing in front of the cabinet, tilt it forward towards you and line it up with the base frame. Tuck the front bottom lip on the cabinet under the lip of the base. Make sure that the tabs sticking up from the base lines up with the bottom of the cabinet. Be patient, may take you awhile to get the cabinet back in position. <br />Slide the back panel forward back in place. make sure it tucks into the back of the cabinet. Once its in place, now you can reinstall the two metal clips that secure the back panel to the cabinet. reconnect the harness to the lid switch. Tilt the console back down into place inserting the tabs on the side into place on the cabinet. Once in place slide the console backwards into place. You can now put the 2 screws back that hold the console to the cabinet. <br />That should do it. Plug the washer back in and start using.</span>

on Mar 18, 2011 | Roper RAS6233KQ Top Load Washer

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I have a Whirlpool Gold Ultimate Care II washer (MOD# GSQ9669LW0) The washer stopped, was full of water and will not restart on any cycle or settings.


This problem sounds like a broken lid switch. Power to the drive motor is routed to the lid switch and if the lid switch fails, the machine will fail work on any cycle. Verify this by bypassing the lid switch.

Disconnect power to the washer then remove the screws securing the console to the rear of the cabinet.
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Pull forward and up on the console and lay it back on the hinges.
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Disconnect the lid switch harness connector by pressing on the tab located in the middle and pulling it up.
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Jump a wire between the outer terminals of the disconnected connector from the top of the cabinet then reconnect power. The problem is indeed the lid switch if the machine starts. Check the lid switch plunger and the lid switch attachment to the cabinet. It may not activate properly if the mounting is loose, re-tighten it. Replace the lid switch if the plunger is intact and and if it is mounted tightly and properly.

The cabinet is attached to the rear of the washer by two brass-colored retaining clips. Insert a flat blade screwdriver into the turned-up edge of the clip, located on both sides, and then pry back to release the clip from the slot in the cabinet.
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Open and hold the lid while grabbing the cabinet front opening then tilt the top of the cabinet toward you by pulling the cabinet away from the base. This releases the front and back slots of the cabinet from the tabs in the front and back of the base.
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Using the side of your leg and/or body as a support for the front of the cabinet, carefully lift up the cabinet and lay the front on a cushioned floor to access the lid switch.

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Remove the lid switch ground and mounting screws then release the wire harness from the metal retainers. Pull the lid switch connector out and install the new lid switch in reverse order of the removal steps.
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Bring the cabinet to the front of the washer then slide the front bottom rail of the cabinet under the rail at the base of the machine then lay down the cabinet into position. Make sure the slots in the cabinet sit into the tabs at the base of machine.

Reconnect the lid switch harness then push the retaining clips back down into position to secure the cabinet to the rear of the machine. Reinstall and secure the console to complete the repair.

Jan 11, 2011 | Whirlpool Washing Machines

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Kenmore model 110 top load washer water drips out slowly, takes a long time to fill tank


Either the inlet hose screens or the water inlet valve screens or the the water inlet valves not opening completely. Check the screens and the water flow from the inlet hoses by removing them from the water inlet valves. The water valves are not opening properly and needs replacing if the screens are clear and the water flow from the inlet hoses are good.

Remove the cabinet to access and replace the water inlet valve assembly. Unplug the machine from the electrical supply then release the console from the top of the cabinet depending on the model of your machine then pull forward and up on the console and lay it back on the hinges.
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Disconnect the lid switch harness connector by pressing on the tab located in the middle and pulling it up.
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The cabinet is attached to the rear of the washer by two brass-colored retaining clips. Insert a flat blade screwdriver into the turned-up edge of the clip, located on both sides, and then pry back to release the clip from the slot in the cabinet.
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Open and hold the lid while grabbing the cabinet front opening then tilt the top of the cabinet toward you by pulling the cabinet away from the base. This releases the front and back slots of the cabinet from the tabs in the front and back of the base.
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Using the side of your leg and/or body as a support for the front of the cabinet, carefully lift up the cabinet and set it aside. You can now remove the water inlet valve assembly and install the new one then reassembly the machine.

Bring the cabinet to the front of the washer then slide the front bottom rail of the cabinet under the rail at the base of the machine then lay down the cabinet into position. Make sure the slots in the cabinet sit into the tabs at the base of machine.

Reconnect the lid switch harness then push the retaining clips back down into position to secure the cabinet to the rear of the machine. Reinstall and secure the console to complete the repair.

Sep 25, 2010 | Kenmore 15864/15862 Top Load Washer

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Model 110.81860110 will not run hot water


The hot water valve is not working or clogged. Disconnect the washer from the power supply to avoid electric shock. Turn off the water supply and remove the hot water fill hose from the hot water valve. Check the valve for lime scale clogging and clean it. Check the flow of hot water in the hot water fill hose by placing it in a bucket and opening the hot water supply valve. Reinstall the fill hose and turn on the water supply. Proceed below if the problem is not resolved.

Disconnect the washer from the power supply. Remove the screws from the front corners of the console then lift and flip the console to the back of the washer. Disconnect the lid switch wiring harness from the body of the machine by prying the connector lock and pulling it off.

The cabinet is held on to the back panel by two retaining clips. Insert the blade of a flat-bladed screwdriver into the lip of the clip then pry back to release it. Repeat this to the other clip.

Lift the lid and grab the front rim of the cabinet. Rock the cabinet towards you and lift it all the way. You now have access to the water inlet valve. Disconnect the wiring harness from the hot water valve terminals. Measure the resistance of the solenoid coil using an analog multimeter (set it to X1). Replace the entire valve assembly (part number 285805) if the multimeter reads it open.

Remove the fill hoses and the inlet hose from the valve assembly then remove the mounting screw. Install the new valve assembly and connect the fill hoses and inlet hose. Connect the wires to the proper valve solenoid terminals. The red connector goes to the hot water valve.

To reinstall the cabinet, line up the front bottom rail of the cabinet up and under the rail on the base of the washer. Place the cabinet back into position and put the retaining clips in the slots provided on the back panel then push it down into the slots on the cabinet. Reconnect the lid switch wiring harness and put the console back into place.

Feb 11, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Kenmore Washer Model#23922200 does not spin clothes dry - have tried different settings and checked drain hose, etc and no difference - clothes drip water after all spins


I assume this is an older top loader. You may have something stuck in the pump itself. I can tell you how to check this. Following is cabinet removal instructions:

  • Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the screw from each side of the console.
  • Pull the console forward and up to remove the tabs on the bottom of the end caps, out of the holes in the top.
  • Lift the console up and lay it on its back.
  • Unplug the harness connectorfor the lid switch.
  • Insert a flat screwdriver into the front edge of the clip (located on both sides), and pry back. Remove both clips from the holes in the cabinet and slide down the other end of the clips and out the slot in the rear panel.
  • Open and hold the lid while grabbing the cabinet front opening. Be sure when tilting the cabinet that the back edge clears the vacuum break.
  • Tilt the top of the cabinet toward you by pulling on the lid and opening of the cabinet. This releases the back slots of the cabinet from the tabs in the back of the base.
  • Carefully pull the cabinet away from the base of the washer and set it aside.
    Now you have access to most of the parts.
Now in front of you on bottom is the pump. It's usually white in color. Without taking it off the motor, make sure it is someplace where you can let the water run out of the machine. Remove the clamp from the wash tub to the pump and look inside. There may be a small garment or something similar inside. You can use a small needle nose plier to get to this and remove it. Reattach the hose and close the cabinet in reverse order.

Hope this helps you

Joe

Aug 24, 2009 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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Does not spin or agitate and this is from 70 series model 110, at cycle


You may have a bad lid switch. Close and open the lid to listen for a 'click'. If this is working, I can assume the motor is spinning, then it is the motor to transmission coupling that has gone out on you.

remove screws from the head at each side, and flip the head back. Note two clips holding this cabinet in place how they attach for proper reassembly. Pop these out with a screwdriver and pull cabinet towards you. If you need to replace the lid switch, here is where you can do that. Under the cabinet, you will see where the switch is, remove the screws and the switch will fall out. Remove the connections and replace the switch with the screws and reassemble the cabinet.

If you are checking the coupling, continue here.
The pump and motor are in front of you at bottom. Take clips from pump and pull pump straight off. Pull clips from motor, and it will drop down. Note if the coupling is broken. Replace as needed. Reassemble motor and pump assy.

Best of luck on your repair
Joe

Aug 09, 2009 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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Water leakig out of the top panel in freezer by the light.


the back panel need to be open (inside the freezer ) and see if there is build up of ice there the make it, also :
your freezer cabinet need to get all out also the ice machine,and open the back wall
there is a drain hole in the bottom middle of it make sure it is clean, and if you pure water they go all the way
through the pip to the drain pan next to the compressor.
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Whirlpool washing machine "lid switch" is broken My lid switch came completely apart! I have a grey plastic switch (paddle) and two tiny springs. How do I lift the top of the washer to re-assemble the...


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Disconnect everything, power first. Keep the drain hose above the top of the washer if the bucket’s full of water. If there are clothes in it, remove them to a water-tight location (like a cooler or something).
Put the unit on an appliance dolly and get it onto the driveway before removing the drain hose from the rear of the unit. Water will gush out for a while here.
Unscrew the two hex bolts at the top of the unit that attach the plastic tabs to the console. Unscrew the screws in the end caps that attach it to the top of the cabinet. Unscrew the two hex bolts at the base of the rear panel that attach it to the base.
Pull the console forward and up a little to dislodge it. Slide it out of the way enough to get access to the two brass clips. Put a flat-head screwdriver in the hole towards the front and pry the clip forward a little to release it. Remove both clips. This releases the rear panel from the top of the cabinet.
One cable goes from the console to the top of the cabinet: this is the lid switch. Disconnect it.
Pull the cabinet forward now that everything is detached. It helps to have someone holding the console and rear panel while you do this. Remove the cabinet.
Place it on something to prevent scuffing, like a few towels or a small animal. The lid switch is the only device here. Unscrew it from the ground (one hex screw) and from the inside of the lid (two Phillips screws). Push the grey tube holding the wires out of the clip holding it in and release the plug from the top of the lid.
Take this to a parts shop and ask for another. It’s around $25-50 depending on how desperate you look.
Snap the gray tube back in, screw in the ground and switch. Close the lid: it should click now. If not, check that you actually screwed the new unit in properly. Yes, the new one.
Replace the cabinet and the rear panel, then the clips and the console. Replace all screws and bolts. Make sure there are no spare parts. Reattach all the cables and hoses and plug power in last.
Test it by putting it on a small load and let some water into the tub. Then stop it, move to spin dry, and start it with the lid open. Nothing should happen. Close the lid (you made sure to replace the drain hose, right?) and it should start spinning and pushing out water.
Congratulations, you saved over $100 and only lost a few hours of your life doing it.
And now you know where my morning went.
Pro tip: don’t let the lid fall down anymore. Place it down, don’t drop it.

Dec 15, 2008 | Whirlpool Ultimate Care II LSQ9549L Top...

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top load or front load??? if top load, does it appear to be trying to drain??? or does it just die before going to rinse cycle??? if so sounds like you have a bad lid switch try lifting and closing the lid and just before it closes do you hear a "clicking noise"..You should and if you dont you have a bad lid switch......... if its a front loader i would assume htat when trying to drain out you just hear faint humming noise and no action, if thats the case sounds like something is stuck inside the pump assy. you would need to remove the lower access panel and remove the pump cover to empty the "button trap" of debris.

Mar 20, 2008 | Washing Machines

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