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Thread: Kenmore 90 Series 110.28912790--Won't Spin or drain

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    Default Kenmore 90 Series 110.28912790--Won't Spin or drain

    My washer had been working just fine until last week on a load when it hit the rinse cycle the machine would not drain and it began making a very fast clicking sound. After I manually drained the machine and removed the housing. I took the impeller off and it appears to be in good shape, although it is a little hard to turn, there did not appear to be anything stuck in it. I stopped my exploration there and started looking through the forum posts. I have seen several posts that describe similar symptoms, but was not sure what to do next. I did not want to start tearing the thing apart if I did not need to. I would appreciate any ideas or suggestions on what my next move should be.

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    When you say impeller, is that your water pump impeller or your motor coupling that your referring to?

    Read #2, #4, #5, #6 here:
    http://www.applianceaid.com/procedures.html

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    Default Found my problem

    Jake,

    I appreciate your response, I decided to forge ahead and dig into the machine. My motor coupling was broken on the motor side of the coupling. Is there anything else I should consider replacing while I have the machine torn apart?

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    Nope, that should do it.

    Glad you found it was your motor coupling.

    Here's the one for your model, in case others need to order it as well:
    Drive motor to transmission coupling, replaces all previous styles and versions. (for direct-drive washers with no belt)


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    Thanks Jake, I appreiate your help. I will let you know how the repair goes.

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    Ok, sounds good.

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