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 Posted: Wed Jul 12th, 2006 11:10 pm
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jlanhlan
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Model #:110.22082102

Kenmore Calypso Washer or as I like to call it The Devil Machine. 

Had this thing since 11/2002 (after first Calypso broke three times in as many months, Sears replaced it with this machine).

Was washing a load of clothes and heard a loud humming noise in the laundry room.  After it got through the wash cycle and made it to the rinse cycle, it gave me an LD code.

So far I have (in this order):

* removed the drain hose and cleared it out.  There were two pennies inside.

* removed the drain pump and the hoses connected to it and made sure nothing was in there.  Drain pump was moving freely and I didn't see anything such as lint, etc.  FYI - this machine is still using the plastic drain pump.

* ran the automatic diagnostic test (from repair manual).  Machine goes through all the cycles just fine (including nutating) except nothing is coming out of the drain hose during the drain or recirculation and you ONLY hear that loud humming noise whenever the pump is supposed to be in action (to see what the auto diag test does, please see [url=https://secured.whirlpool.com/Service/SrvTechAdm.nsf/2cd44500d572193285256a45004fd9d6/2c1e295a88aaaae885256c5d004632a4/$FILE/8178010.pdf]https://secured.whirlpool.com/Service/SrvTechAdm.nsf/2cd44500d572193285256a45004fd9d6/2c1e295a88aaaae885256c5d004632a4/$FILE/8178010.pdf[/url] and go to page 52. 

 

What I am not sure about is do I need to replace the plastic drain pump with the new drain pump & motor assembly (part#1058894) or would it be the pump motor (part# 829877) itself ?

Thanks as always guys!

Heather

 

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 Posted: Wed Jul 12th, 2006 11:14 pm
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Use the first one. It's cheaper and is the standard part now when the pump fails. Or take the machine out and shoot it.



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