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    • Part Number: AP3094233
    • MFG Part Number: 279787
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I am looking for a replacement motor for the above kenmore dryer. Is the procedure to replace the motor a simple one or a hard one? The motor recommended is ap3094233. Is this correct?

Bob L. for Model Number 110.66932691

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Does motor Part Number: AP3094233 have the centrifuge switch as part of the motor assembly?

Joe

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My start button is giving us some trouble but once we get it started it runs for maybe 5 minutes and then shutsdown. In about another 5 minutes it restarts and then shutdown again by itself. Any Ideas??

Bob for Model Number 100.78932792 kenmore 90 plus series

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I have a Kenmore Elite Gas Dryer that is old enough that I can't remember when it was purchased. It dries okay but has a high pitch whine when running. Are there any bearings that can be lubricated? Any likely fixes that don't require replacing the motor? Thanks

Doug for Model Number 110.74952300

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Hi my drier is a whirlpool duet model # GEW9250PWO I put the control on and put any cycle then press start everything look normal the time is normal but the motor is not turning, next I did a bypass of sensor but still the motor not doing nothing, next I remove the plug of the motor and put my meter to check if the timer is sending the power, next I put the control on and press start and gave me 240 ac volt went I put start ok that mean that is sending the power but the motor is now turning on my opinion is the motor but what is your opinion did you want me to check something else thank you I will wait for your respond.

Eric for Model Number GEW9250PWO

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I replaced the motor on a whirlpool duet because it won't spin anymore. After replacing the motor and putting the dryer back together, and turning the machine on, the drum spins, but now it won't stop spinning. Pressing the cancel button turns off the control panel, but the machine keeps running. Even if the machine is spinning, there is no heat. The only way the machine can be stopped is if you open the door, or pull the plug from the wall socket. On timed dry, the minutes do not count down. The control panel was working fine before I replaced the motor. Is the control board now damaged?

Romano for Model Number GGW9200LW1

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My dryer currently won't run. all the diagnostic checks look good. the door switch and thermal switch check out. I ended up going back to my dryer technical sheet and following all the steps from the beginning to see what my problem might be. Everything checked out fine until I got to the motor circuit test. After struggling to find the right terminals to test I think I finally found them and showed infinite resistance on both the main and start motor circuit. I assume the motor is dead and needs to be replaced but I am not sure. I find it odd that both circuits would be blown at the same time. Is that normal or am I not checking out the motor properly? Any help is appreciated.

Jim for Model Number 11085872400

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Dryer runs and heats up with no clothes in it. When clothes are put in, the dryer trips the circuit breaker in the home panel box. Assuming the electrical outlet, circuit, and circuit breaker are fine, what would be the problem with the dryer?

Bill H for Model Number WED5600XW0

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Dryer will not start at all. Start relay clicks and shows 120v. White wire to motor reads 120v at appropriate points in cycle. Door switch and all fuses show continuity. After removing drum and blocking up pulley switch, motor did come on ONCE when cycling switch, and at the end of cycle at that, but could not get motor to come on again after that. The motor sounded smooth when it did come on, and shows no signs of burning or bearing problems, etc. Could the problem be with the timer switch (although it seems to be sending power to the motor)? Or if power is getting to the motor, is the problem the motor? If it ran smoothly once, you would think that is not the problem. Or could it be the electronic control board? I am stumped and would appreciate any advice you could give to further check those components. Thanks, Dave

Dave for Model Number geq9800lw1

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I need the Pully on the end of the motor for the dryer belt. Do they sell the pully?? The only thing I can find is purchasing the entire motor assemble for a five dollar part.

Sam for Model Number MGD9800TQ0

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