Question about Kenmore 22932 Top Load Washer
Unplug the machine. Flip up the controls. Unplug the lid switch connector. Pop the S-clips and tip the case forward. Remove the case. POp the pump clips and tremove the pump. Unplug the motor harness and capacitor. Pop the clips on the motor and set it aside. Remove the coupling end from the transmission and motor. Gently tap the new coupling flush but not up against the tranny (do not bind it). Gently tap the coupling end ontot the motor. Line up the parts and snap the motor back onto the tranny without forcing or binding anything. It should snap on without a great deal of trouble it IS easy to lay the washer on its backside to install the coupling if you is old like I am. Just be careful not to damage anything if you do decide to lay it on its backside and remember the clock is ticking oil will go out of the tranny albeit slowly whilst the washer is on its side. I have 2 videos here. One show how to do it and the other show various styles (older and newer models)
Manual, repair photos, and more videos HERE
Posted on May 26, 2010
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