09:26AM | 11/05/06
Member Since: 11/04/06
3 lifetime posts
Sorry put the wrong model down..Kenmore washer, Model # 110.26292692.. had to many numbers and have one more problem that i have had for a while.. It also does not completely get all the water out of the clothes. After doing more reading i have notice that the lid switch looks bad so i have ordered a new one in hopes that solves the water not going out.. but need to know what possible might be wrong in clothes still being we before that went. Thanks carol


02:39AM | 11/06/06
Member Since: 07/23/04
491 lifetime posts
Might be best to keep all of your posts toegther in one thread.


That one works :)

A Whirlpool built Kenmore, direct drive style.

**It also does not completely get all the water out of the clothes**

Any water left inside as well?

A copy:


Lid open. (NO SPIN)

Lid switch defective. (Very Common problem -NO SPIN)

Lid switch disconnect plug open. (NO SPIN)

Wiring harness. (NO SPIN)

Timer switches. (NO SPIN)

Cam driver on basket drive broken or basket drive weak. (SLOW)

Weak clutch spring. (SLOW)

Spin tube. (SLOW)

Clothes between basket and tub. (SLOW)

Notches in drive block worn out and not engaging basket drive shaft. (SLOW)

Broken motor coupling. (NO SPIN)


Appliance Repair Aid



06:11AM | 05/19/07
Member Since: 11/04/06
3 lifetime posts
Sorry it has taken so long to respond.Re:model 110.26292692

I have replaced the lid switch. That worked for a while but still having the problem of the clothes still being too wet and water sometimes in the bottom of the tub, mind you not every time though..periodically, and now I am hearing a squeeking noise.. well a noise anyways when it spins..

any suggestions.. thanks


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