I HAVE A KENMORE 41794812301 WASER/DRYER
WASHER DOSE NOT DRAIN ANY WATER IT GOES TO SPIN CYCLE BUT DOSE NOT DRAIN ANY WATER. I CLEAN ALL HOSES .IS IT PUMP OR SWITCH HOW I CAN FIND OUT .CAM I JUST DO A SIMPLE OHM TEST ON MY LID SWICH FIRST ????
PLEASE HELP ME
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Conventional dryers are usually accessed by removing the rear panel. I would think these would be the same. Unplug the dryer and remove wires from heating element. Test for continuity with an ohmmeter. If there is no reading, the heating element is bad. Disconnect wires from the hi temp thermostat and test with an ohmmeter and if no reading it is bad. Sears has these parts available.
You may have a pump that's bad. When it goes into spin cycle it assumes the water will be drained within a period of time before it goes into high speed spin. If it goes into high speed spin and the pump hasn't done it's job then you will get a bad mess, flood, water all over.
sound like you have more then one problem
to the drain
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa6OsgJqLmc&feature=channel how to unplug the drain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nr6tIO5iNSc every 2 month is recommend to do the following http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uHyLMWmymM&NR=1 Hope this helpful?
first lets try to get the water out of washer, put on drain cycle, after it drains water out take clothes out of washer, then lets see if it will run on spin cycle, it may have to many clothes, if this does not help then you have a transmission problem, this will defenently need a technichan to look at it. if you need I can look in you area and see if I can find you some assistance.
We have had that happen too. You will need to take out what ever has blocked the valve on the drain. Ours was a bobby pin! My model is a bit different but if you follow the drain hose underneath you can find it. Remember you are dealing with lots of water. I think I scooped out the water first and have some towels ready. Or hire somebody to do it for you. I hope that helps.