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Kenmore Sewing... | Answered 15 hours ago

Seems that the controller thinks your machine is full of water. Water level pressure sensor may be sticky. May be blockage down air line to pressure sensor - try blowing into sensor end to clear.
(Always disconnect from power before attempting repairs).

Kenmore HE2 Plus... | Answered on Aug 02, 2020

Push the heated/dry button on the dishwasher for 4 seconds and that will unlock the dishwasher. This is just a safety feature that allows you to lock the dishwasher to stop kids from pushing buttons.
If that doesn’t’ work they will send out a tech to fix it.

Kenmore 24 in.... | Answered on Jul 30, 2020

Kenmore F error codes consist of F:XX where XX is a two digit numeral.

Kenmore Dryers | Answered on Jul 28, 2020

call a local repair service . the air damper system has a problem

Kenmore... | Answered on Jul 27, 2020

You did not post the model number but it is most likely the heating element that has failed if this is an electric unit.

Kenmore Dryers | Answered on Jul 25, 2020

Hello and welcome to fixya
There is a series of easy steps to determine if the motherboard is bad ok?
1st unplug the machine for 30 min then after the 30 minutes is up press and hold the start button for 30 seconds this released any esd in the mother board and plug the machine back in then wait 5 min then press the start button and see if you hear any clicking sounds if not you have a pretty good chance there is a short in the motherboard other wise yes the unit will click and go into the settings you have
also what you can do is to press and hold the cancel button it should go into the drain/spin mode if it does let it do it then try to run the machine as normal after this ok?
Please let me know what happens ok i can still help with this
Best regards Michael

Kenmore Washing... | Answered on Jul 21, 2020

Some top covers are retained by coil springs. Releasing the springs frees up the cover to gain access yo the foot pedal.

Kenmore Vacuums | Answered on Jul 20, 2020

I have a Whirlpool Top-mount refrigerator. Whirlpool also manufactures many of the Kenmore refrigerators.

A few weeks ago I noticed a puddle of water on the top right shelf in the refrigerator section. I figured out that it must be the water that forms during the defrost cycle and normally drains down through a tube in the back into an evaporator tray beneath the refrigerator. Something was preventing the water from draining away and instead it was dripping through the overflow holes from the freezer into the refrigerator section.

I emptied the freezer and took off the back panel. It actually wouldn't come off at first because all the water beneath the defrost heater which should have been draining out the drain hole was frozen into one solid block of ice. I used a hair dryer to melt the ice (took a while - be patient) and then took off the panel.

To melt all the rest of the ice in the drain tube I used the hair dryer. To clear out the ice in the drain tube, I used a turkey baster and kept putting down hot water until I heard water making it down to the evaporator tray beneath the refrigerator.

The following mod is "try at your own risk" (I wouldn't do this if you still have warranty coverage - call a tech instead):
I made this modification to prevent the problem from recurring (at least that's the hope): Wrapped a piece of wire (unbent a large paper clip) around the defrost cycle heater and stuck it into the drain hole. The theory is that the wire will heat up every time the defrost cycle runs and will keep the drain hole from freezing shut.

One thing I noticed during this repair concerns the drip pan beneath the defrost heater in the freezer (this is the pan that collects the water that is melted off the coils during defrosting). The drip pan does not seem to be angled properly so that the water will drain normally towards the drain hole. I guess water could remain behind then freeze later. I reported this to Whirlpool.

Kenmore 64802... | Answered on Jul 13, 2020

As it still seems to be operating normally, the water is probably from the defrost drain - either the evaporation tray has become displaced from the position atop of the motor unit, the drain hose is no longer dripping water into the tray or the drain hose has become detached from the drain and the water is running between the cabinet skins saturating the insulation, which is bad...

Kenmore... | Answered on Jul 09, 2020

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