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KENMORE WASHER 110.267.91690 pump leaks. Can I replace this part fairly easily ?
If you are mechanically inclined and have a few basic tools, Yes you can. I have instructions for you and this link will take you to Sears website for drawings and parts direct.
Disconnect the power cord. Turn off the water. There are two clips, one at each front corner, holding the control panel in place. 1. The best tool to use to unhook these clips is a putty knife. From the front push the putty knife between the machine top and the control panel at either outer corner of the control panel . You will feel a spring tension. Push firmly, but not to forcefully toward the back. When the spring clip releases the control panel corner will lift easily. Repeat at the other corner. 2. Now, simply and carefully roll the control panel over the back. Do not force, some models have screws in the back top corner of the panel check this before rolling panel over the top. 3. Unplug the wire that connects the control panel to the top of the case. Stop here and take note as to how the case connects to the back panel. There is an aligner there that will be your hardest part to deal with later. This will help when reassembling. 4. OK, Put a slotted screw driver into the front of the clips at the back corners on the top and release them, once again take note to their positioning. The outer case hooks under the front of the frame and the sides have a slot that goes over a pin near the back of the frame side. (Front under, sides on top of frame)Tilt the case up on back and pull forward. Congrats you are there. The pump is the most forward part in the bottom of the case. There are two clips attaching the pump to the machine. Carefully release them with a flat blade screwdriver. There are two hoses attached to the pump and can be reused with the new pump. Be prepared to catch residual water left in the hoses from the last run. Unless you had a pump leak then they are probably empty. But best to be prepared. Allow 30 to 45 minutes for the first removal.
If the link does not work, an exploded view of your machine is available at www.sears.com under the parts direct tab enter your model number, found under the lid at the back of the tub opening. Copy and paste model number if needed. 11026791690
If you have any questions, I am here at least onc a day. Good luck.
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Aug 16, 2015 | Kenmore Washing Machines
Good Afternoon, Jataw42:
A leak from the front means a problem at the pump, or in the attached hoses. A large leak means a hose has to be replaced, and a small leak means the pump has to be replaced.
Both are simple fixes, and these guys have everything you need. Here are the parts:
#904568 for the drain hose from the pump and #1304058 from the tub to the pump.
The pump can be found here:
and the video instructions are great.
Good Luck to you!
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