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Part Number: AP3120735
MFG Part Number: 8312708
Made by: Whirlpool

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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 8312708 (AP3120735) replaces 786371, 8054651, 8054651R, 8312708R, AH394863, EA394863, PS394863.

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This washer doe's not have any panel lights no mater what key pad is pushed . I have went through the diagnostic test of the. touchpad , All test good at 1675 meg. ohm , the only thing I found different from the chart is Hand wash & Ultra handwash are reversed as far as the pin designation is concerned . Has always been this way. I am assuming this is a factory type O. Sometimes the washer would beep and would not function. Then when it cleared the Beeping all would work normal. Now the problem of no function or lights at all. Is my assumption the control board is faulty correct.

John F for Model Number kenmore 110.20092991

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I have an unusual problem with my Kenmore Catalyst Elite washer. During the Catalyst cycle the inner tub will lock with a horrendous clunk at completion and push the washer about 4”. The Catalyst cycle is a spin cycle at the beginning which spins the clothes and sprays soapy water on them. Once completed it stops and runs through the regular fill and wash cycle. The strange thing is the inner tub only locks during the Catalyst spin cycle. It does not do it during the Rinse-Spin or regular spin cycles. In every other spin cycle the inner tub brakes to a stop normally. In the past year all these parts were replaced: Drive Basket, Clutch, Keypad, Inner Tub, Tub Ring, and the Control Board. It worked perfectly for months after the parts were replaced. All these parts were bought from you with the exception of the Control Board. I bought a rebuilt one instead. I am guessing since mechanically a spin cycle is a spin cycle regardless of when it occurs it must be the Control Board sending bad signals to the motor. I would think if I had a mechanical problem the tub would lock in every spin cycle. If you can help I would appreciate it. My wife loves the washer and I will spend as much as it takes to fix it.

Alec Redfearn for Model Number 110.20072992

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