Thanks, Profane, for the quick and helpful response. Maybe I will get this thing repaired. I looked through the parts list in the original documentation, but I do not see the part number, or anything named motor coupler. Any more help will be much appreciated.
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It sounds like the lid switch. If it ws the coupler the water would drain. Check to see if the lid switch is clicking when you put the lid down. replace the lid switch. You have a great washer. Fairly cheap fix.
hi thanks for the question don't take back off please. the problem is with the motor coupling located at the motor & transmission to repair . 2 screws at console .remove .lift console .remove 2 brass clips disconnect wiring plastic disconnect pull cabinet towards you .put a block under left front lift up remove the pump 2 spring clips .remove motor wireing . remove the motor replace the motor coupling thanks the appliance doc
Its easy to check the coupler, i would do that first to make sure then if its ok , well clutch. Kenmores, a.k.a. whirlpool's , are very common to have both problems. Just remove da pump and hoses, then remove the motor and check the coupler.