Question about Kenmore Washing Machines
Well the pump is mounted on the motor and the motor is attached to the transmission. So the motor must be running to get the thing to pump or spin. I am thinking then you must have a problem with the lid switch. The switch has 3 wires. A green grounding wire which is attached to the case, and 2 other wires which carry live current. One thing you can do to SEE if that lid switch might be bad is to bypass it. Unplug the lid switch connection and jump between them 2 live wires. If she takes off a spinning then you know you need another one. You can leave it jumped but it might be dangerous to children.
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Posted on May 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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