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I just replaced the transmission on my Kenmore 80. No agitation

I just replaced the transmission on my Kenmore 80 series washer. It wasn't spinning, but was agitating. It wasn't the coupler...it was the tranny. Now, it won't agitate. It fills, spins, empties...but when it goes into agitation, the timer seems to hum and nothing happens...except it blows the circuit after about 5 minutes.

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  • bullyvw Feb 05, 2010

    So just test the motor? So I'm looking to see if it turns in return?

  • bullyvw Feb 06, 2010

    I did what you said, and it does not appear as though the motor is getting a signal to turn on at the times of agitation. Would this, then, be the timer? How would I tell? Everything else works well...it fills, empties, spins like a pro. I'm getting a little frustrated.

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Your motor turns one way for the spin cycle and the other way for agitate. remove the coupler and test it that way.

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