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My Kenmore Ultra Fabric care II, 80 series

The water is flowing but the washer is not working on wash cycle and the spin cycle is not working. The water then drains leaving the clothes soaked.



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Re: My Kenmore Ultra Fabric care II, 80 series

Hello Friend, The problem is the motor coupler has broke. Replacement is easy, it's installed between the motor and transmission. Almost anyone could replace that part themselves.
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Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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