06:44AM | 08/23/10
Member Since: 08/22/10
3 lifetime posts
Model 110. 92375100

*wash cycle works perfect, but after that it stops completely. I can move the nob to the spin cycle, and the spin cycle will work perfect until it gets to the end...then it will stop.

*to make a long story wont drain :-D

Any help would be amazing....this washer is about 10 yrs old, I got it from a friend and just don't have the money for a new one. :-(


06:45AM | 08/23/10
Member Since: 08/22/10
3 lifetime posts


09:49AM | 08/23/10
Member Since: 11/11/02
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** wash cycle works perfect, but after that it stops completely **

So are you saying the timer stops moving after the wash part of the cycle and never advances on to the drain and spin part of the cycle?

If so, it sounds like there may be a problem with the washer's lid switch. The timer will not advance into the spin portion of the cycle (where draining also takes place) unless it can detect that the lid is closed, as a safety precaution.

- Direct Drive Washer Lid Switch Replacement


- Kenmore 110.92375100 Washer Lid Switch



Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



02:43PM | 08/23/10
Member Since: 08/22/10
3 lifetime posts
Thats exactly what it rule man!!!!!!!


09:30PM | 08/26/13
You've been my guru, this time it is my old Kenmore Washer. It has all the metal parts, not plastic or fiberglass. It filled fine but will not advance on to the next cycle. it just keeps washing. No draining or spinning, just keeps adjitating.


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