Model #110, Serial #CE192441:
It got off-balanced during the rinse cycle (wet towels, of course), danced around & made a bunch of noise, then stopped. As is standard, I opened the machine, rearranged the wet load, closed the lid & pulled the knob to the on position. This is typically all it takes & the machine will continue through the spin cycle. Not so much. The machine is now full of water, with the same load in it, & refuses to go into the spin cycle & drain. HELP! The other cycles work fine, so it isn't a tripped switch. I'm looking for a DIAGRAM that can walk me through how to fix it. I don't even know how to take the machine apart!
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It is likely that a tissue or paper product was included with the wash load. The series 70 does not have a lint trap. At the hose connection to the house drain lint has been known to build up restricting the emptying. This buildup would not introduce lint into the washer.
If the water temperature is very very cold and you use powder detergent it will not dissolve completely into the water and will leave a white residue on the fabrics.
Try running a short load in the washer allowing for ample water to rinse out the machine before the next wash load.
I have the same kenmore and have experience this before. It is unbalanced. Get a spirit level to check for balance. To rebalance, empty the washer (so it's not heavy), lean over the washer and grab the back, tilt it forward and the auto balancing legs should reposition themselves. Re-check for balance using the spirit level. If still out, adjust the front feet of the washer by screwing the legs up or down (using a wrench). This will cure the problem (unless you have a very unbalanced load of towels for instance). Good luck