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 Posted: Wed Mar 19th, 2008 01:05 am
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Greetings All,

I have a Kenmore 70 Series Heavy Duty Plus Washing Machine 110.82372110 . The Timer is going out on it. At least I think it is, since the machine will go through it's cycle normally, but it will "catch" at certain spots in the cycle, normally when it is transitioning from one event to another (I.E. from a wash cycle to a spin cycle). My brilliant Sherlock Holmes deduction is that the timer is either worn/rusty or the timer drive motor is loosing its Umph. Looking at the parts catalogs, there are two timers spec'd out. Suds and Non-Suds. How does one determine this facinating piece of vital information (I.E. is the Washer a Suds or Non-Suds machine)?

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Gordon

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Probly timer- points worn and not making contact correctly in the timer. A suds model has 2 drain hoses and 1 of them goes into a large basin beside the washer. The drain water from the wash cycle goes into it . At the start of the next load , you can set the timer dial and suck the water back into the washer. The non-suds model has 1 drain hose that goes to the house drain.    good luck

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Thanx! After checking out the back of the unit and double checking the Sears Website, your right. The unit is a Non-Suds model. Quick question on the Timer. Would cleaning it and giving the rotating parts some grease help? Or is it just quicker and easier to replace the entire Timer unit and be done with it?

Gordon

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I would just replace. Sometimes a rebuilt can be puchased with the same warranty.

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