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Thread: Kenmore 80 series Heavy Duty - Take Apart Help

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    Default Kenmore 80 series Heavy Duty - Take Apart Help

    Model Number: 110.23832100
    Brand: Sears Kenmore
    Age: 6-10 years

    My washer will not drain water and only hums when I manually set it to the rinse cycle. I think my pump may be clogged, but I cannot figure out how to open the cabinet. The control panel does not have any visible screws and the plastic side covers seem to be secured on the inside(I can see two screws holding these covers to the panel on the inside but I cannot get to them). How do I get these covers off . What am I missing. There were two small screws at the top corners of the panel in the back attached to plastic clips which I removed but the panel is still attached. I cannot see any other attachment points other than the ones inside the covers. Anybody run into this problem?

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    Hi,

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    Yes, You likely have something caught in the pump and it's easy to check. Just watch this video:



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    Jake,
    Thanks for the video. Does the cover just snap off? Is there a certain way to get it off? It still seems like there is a screw on the inside attaching it to the panel.

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    Yes, the 2 end caps snap off.

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    Ok, thanks, I got them off.

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    Sounds good, keep us posted on the outcome.

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    my washer stopped working after having to many clothes put in. My washer stopped after i loaded too many clothes it filled then it stopped. i took the clothes out and now the water will not drain and the washer will not come on

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    Quote Originally Posted by abuzakiyyah View Post
    my washer stopped working after having to many clothes put in. My washer stopped after i loaded too many clothes it filled then it stopped. i took the clothes out and now the water will not drain and the washer will not come on
    We would need to complete model#. its located inside the door/lid. Thanks.

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    Thanks to the video I got the plastic clips removed. Now I'm trying to take off the selection control know so I can get to the control switch, which is what I think my problem is. Any suggestions for removing the knob? Kenmore 80 series

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    Ted

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    The selector switch knob just pulls off. Did you take out the console screws after you removed the end caps then lift up and tilt the console back on its hinges to get to all the console parts?

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