Question about Kenmore Washing Machines
Your water level sensor, or perhaps the selector switch itself, is faulting on you.
Next time it sticks on a medium load, see if you can move it to a light load. If it sticks on a light load, goto medium load. In both cases, if the washer comes back to life (starts to agitate or resumes filling), then your selector switch is out.
If rotating the selector switch doesn't seem to do anything, then your pressure switch / level switch is faulty.
Selector switch and pressure switch are both located in the compartment where the controls are mounted.
Posted on Sep 10, 2010
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