I have a Kenmore washer- model 110- 10 years old. After I start the washer, I see water is filling and then the washer agitator is spinning , but after several minutes the washer stops doing anything. Therefore, there are my clothes immersing in a whole bunch of water which is not drained out.
It never continue... doing the rest of its work.
Thank you very much
Re: Washer stops suddenly and water isn't drained out
Sounds like the timer has gone out. If you can advance the selector dial manualy, and the machine continues to operate as it should, then this is the problem.
Replacing the timer will require some advanced knowledge of washers and the ability to use a box of hand tools.
A good handy man will be able to repair this for you.
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Washer is approximately 3 years old. Will not drain or spin. When it tries to spin, clicking noise heard inside of unit. Would a clog insie the lines disable the spin cycle ?
it could be the direct drive coupling that connects the motor to the transmission. fill it up with water and see if it will agitate, if it will NOT agitate then it is a good chance that this is the problem.
worse case scenario is the transmission is bad, but this is unlikely.
If pump works fine or still pumps out water, then it is a timer malfunction. Replace the timer and you should be fine. To locate a part number for your timer, refer to www3.sears.com with the model number off your washer.