Go to this link, Steve. It's the S-E-A-R-S website. You can order from them and view a diagram. http://www3.sears.com/imaging/ImagePageJava.shtml?...
I'll try to help, but I'm only pinch fitting for the pros who seem to be busy. Is that model number 110.82872130? Here's the diagram: http://www3....
Please post a complete model number. It sounds like the lid switch lost its connection at the console from the shaking. (But it could be other th...
Sounds like the pressure switch. Read this thread. (All three pages)http://www.bobvila.com/BBS/Appliances/2959/2959/flat-page1.html You will lea...
Hey, good job! You can usually fix most things if you're persistent. The gunk? Maybe fill an old dishwashing bottle with water and back flush it.
O.K. Cyn, here's a couple links. One is for a manual the other is for the valve. I've dealt with these people and had good results. https://www.r...
No, the tube from the pressure switch goes from its location in the console to a projection on the bottom of the tub. As I said, you really need a...
We have to make sure we are talking about the same thing. The "fill valve" is located at the back of the machine. It's where the hot and cold wate...
I also recall, that this tube can lose its "prime". You have to fill the washer with it unattached then reattach it or something like that.
I am not a pro, but it sounds like the unbalanced load caused the tube leading to your pressure switch to come loose. It is usually a thin, clear ...
Rather than age, you should try to determine how many loads of laundry and how heavy for each appliance. If your folks only washed a few light loa...
A power surge may have fried the circuit board. You can replace this part if you're mechanically and electrically savvy. It's cheaper than replaci...
As a follow up to this thread, the problem seems to have been fixed. I believe it was caused by the clutch becoming gummed up. This prevented the ...
Thanks, Jeff. The dern thing is working now so I'll wait and see before doing anything else. The only problem is that I don't trust it to run unat...
Yes, sounds as if that may be the cause. I didn't suspect the timer because the problem occurs no matter what cycle perm.pres/normal/heavy duty it...
Oops! Looks like I didn't fix the machine after all. The intermittent nature of the problem fooled me again. Neither the gearcase, motor or motor ...
Hi Teach! Are you saying that the disposal does not work when you turn on the switch? Or are you saying water is backing up into your sink after t...
I have a few more questions for the pros. As you may have read I have a #110.28802890 Kenmore washer. I didn't know the neutral drain assembly cou...