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Hi we have this kenmore washer which was working great. One fine day, i might have overloaded, and eventually it stopped draining the water. But, it continues to do the first round of wash............, and be able to let that water go out.
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oL is an Overload error. Try running a cycle empty.
If oL (overloaded) appears in display, the load too large. If an overload is detected, the washer will drain any water and detergent in the washer. Remove several items and add HE detergent. Close lid and press START/PAUSE.
There is what is called the coupler. Does it drain still? Also might have gotten a towel stuck between the tubs. That can easily happen when overloading. Did you smeel a bad smell when you noticed it not working? If you did more than likely towel stuck between the tubs.
I had the same problem too on one of my washers (not kenmore) it didn't complete cycle because someone turned off the hot water valve. soo i turned on the hot water and it worked fine. keep in mind that mine wasn't a kenmore. hope this helps some...
you have something gotten into your pump ,,, it trys to drain and spin but overloads the motor and shuts down till the motor switch resets .... remove the pump and take out whatever gotten in it and if that not possable replace the pump.