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My 70 series kenmore washer stops working. It works very well until yesterday. My wife put too many clothes into it. The wash start to fill in the water, but after water fills up, it did nothing. nothing happened, no any sounds from motor Even I rotate it to spin cycle, nothing happened, no any sounds from motor

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What I would say is that the motor burned out. You can either look in the manual and try and find a replacement. www.Kenmore.com. They should have a user manual on there site

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If you put too much load on the machine, then the belt have slipped out. The repair is done accessing the rear side of the machine to replace the belt.

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