Kenmore washer model 110 92291100 All cycles work, but will not spin or drain. There is no hum or noise that spin cycle is trying to turn on. Checked drain hose for kinks and clogs -- o k. Also held down lid switch -- no spin. Looking for motor but do not have part number. Any suggestions?
Answer Bill, You've pretty much isolated the issue to a lid switch 285671 or the timer 3357392. Were the issue the motor 661600 the machine would not agitate/wash the clothes. We would recommend you test the lid switch circuit, with a multi meter, to insure the switch circuit "opens" and "closes" then test or circuit check the timer. If the motor runs in the wash/agitate direction, there is a 99% chance it will run in the spin direction, as long as the lid switch circuit is closed and the timer is supplying the voltage to the motor.
Motor hums but tub does not spin out the water. What is the cause .
Answer Hello Sam. If the unit is humming, and there is nothing binding or stuck in the pump, you will want to check and make sure the motor coupling is good. If so, the timer on the unit is bad it sounds like. It sounds like the contact is stuck in the timer and is powering both directions of the motor.
Does your motor #12002351 come with the motor starter switch?
Answer Hello Ed! Yes, the drive motor 12002351 includes the start switch. Thanks!
Washer won't spin it will wash but won't spin and drain bought new clutch still won't spin and drain makes a buzz noise.
Answer Hello Nino,
You will want to check your drain pump for clogs. If the drain is clogged up it will not allow the washer to go into the spin mode. If this checks ok then you will want to look at the motor coupler to make sure that it is not damaged.
My Maytag LA9200 washer started smelling like it was on fire and stopped running. I checed out the belts and they seem to be fine. All the pullies and belts spin freely. Iremoved the front panel from the washer and can see everything and all seems to look fine. The breaker in my electrical panel had been tripped off by the washer so I turned it back on. Now everytime I try to start my washer it keeps tripping my breaker off. Did my motor burn up and is now shorting out and causing the breaker in my electrical panel to trip?
Answer John, A tripped breaker is a good indication of a "short" to chassis ground. If you think your motor is the issue, try this: Remove the motor cover and check the wiring and terminals on the switch for discoloration, and check each wire terminal for a "closed" circuit to chassis ground. with the wires off the motor switch, check each of the wires from the motor windings to motor switch to chassis ground with a multimeter. Any resistance or a "closed" circuit would indicate a shorted winding or wire and you can take the appropriate action.