Can you name the first Kenmore appliance that was produced and marketed in 1927? You guess it -- the washing machine. Since then, the Sears-owned brand has added a full portfolio of home appliances including washer dryer combos. Consisting of an electric washer and either a gas or electric dryer, Kenmore's models are a perennial favorite of those who live in smaller dwellings. When your combo begins to overflow or your dryer drum doesn't turn, it can quickly become a big headache. Instead of resorting to your local Laundromat or purchasing a new model from Sears, keep your Kenmore washer dryer combo going by finding and installing the part that will fix your problem. From door and start switches to replacement tubs, we've got what you need.