My old kenmore washing machine stopped working when it got to the spin cycle
Martha D. • Huntington Beach, CA • August 01, 2014
My Repair & Advice
Luckily, I was able to determine the problem by searching online. The Sears troubleshooting website was helpful, but the part from Appliance Parts Pros was less expensive. Best of all, Appliance Parts Pros had a step-by-step video which demonstrated that replacing the lid switch assembly shouldn't be that difficult, so I ordered the part. The part was delivered within 2 days, and to my amazement I was able to replace the part myself that same evening by watching the video again. I don't well with instruction manuals, so the do-it-yourself video was the best thing since sliced bread since I was able to fix my old washer myself. Hopefully it was last me a little longer before having to so out and by a new one. By the way, I need to mention that I'm a 66-year old woman that can now consider herself a handywomen. I'm so proud of myself. Thanks for your help.