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First thing I\'d do is inspect the hose. Remove it from the washer entirely (use a bucket to contain stray water) and visually inspect / wash out with a water spray nozzle like a garden or kitchen hose. From the sounds of it, however, I doubt the hose is the issue, but you\'ll want to rule that out first.



If the hose checks out, then either the pump or the belt is the issue. Pumps tend to get clogged over time--I\'m not familiar with yours, but yours may be able to be opened (if so, it\'ll have screws holding it together) and you can remove it and clean it out. If it\'s clogged and a sealed unit, you just get a new pump.



If the pump looks ok, the belt might be slipping, but if that were the case you\'d probably have more issues. Still, depending on the age of the unit, you may want to replace the belt now since you\'re going to have to remount the belt after playing with the pump.



I use repair clinic for my guides while doing work, and if I can\'t find the part locally I use them to supply the parts. Check out this page for more help: Whirlpool Washer Won Drain . Of course, if the idea of taking apart your washer totally freaks you out, go hire a repair person. :) But they\'re not all that hard, honestly--more of just a pain to take care of, since this\'ll probably be your first washer tear-down. Best of luck, and watch those videos at repair clinic--they\'re pretty helpful!

managemylife.com | Answered on Oct 07, 2017


If you have eliminated the obstruction sensor, I would suggest a few things. Is the door spring set at the proper tension - usually check by releasing the door safety and manually closing/opening the door. It should balance about halfway up/down. Openers have limit switches for travel, if one is incorrectly positioned or faulty, it can cause similar issues. Openers have torque limit controls, if the motor thinks it is working too hard it will stop. Is the door greased and moving freely when you manually tested it for the spring tension? Are the gear sprockets firm and greased?

managemylife.com... | Answered on Sep 24, 2017


Try ordertree.com , amazon or sears.

managemylife.com | Answered on Jul 21, 2016


My question is my Kenmore Refrigerator display "Er 1F", What is means? How can reset it to normal?
My E Mail address is (dinkouchen@yahoo.com)

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 06, 2015


Try unplugging it for 5 min.

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 22, 2014


Refer your inquiry to Sears.

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 20, 2014


we also need more information to try to pintpoint the problem

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 19, 2014


Most refrigerators have the opposite problem with little kids pulling the door open then walking away leaving the door open. You can resolve this issue by raising the refrigerator up slightly. .it's helpful to have 2 people for this task. On the front of the fridge on each corner or there of. There are a adjustable leg and by adjusting the leg in you will change the level of the fridge. The farther they are turned out the fridge will lean back and that will with the force of simple gravity make the door close on its own without any help the further in the legs are turned the fridge will lean towards the front. But with some help you can make the cabinet of the unit perfectly level then when you open the door it will stay right where you leave it

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 19, 2014


OK this may sound to simple. First check make sure that the softener has a good steady power supply. Check make sure it's plugged in. Then check the electric supply box...the fuse box and see if you may have tripped a breaker or a fuse. The softener should have a red or green light if you have power. Red light display means that the softener is in error protect mode a lot of times your timer needs to be reset like extended period of loss of power. ..but usually provided you have power without any outstanding issues. ..just unplug unit for 5 minutes the repower it up by simply plugging it back in

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 19, 2014


You probably bent a blade into the deck. Its possible that something else is wedged in between the blade and deck. You can set the front wheels on a block and look under the deck. With mower off and blade disengaged, see if blades turn freely. Check each blade seprately.

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 14, 2014


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managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 14, 2014


Any issues with the water "uptake" to make the ice? Is it making ice & they just won't come out? Is the dispenser clogged? If you can provide a little more detail...better able to troubleshoot....is it making whirring noises (which would indicate the electrical is fine, but there's a jam or something).

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 12, 2014


Has it always done this since new? Ours has made a sound like this from day one....

managemylife.com... | Answered on Jun 10, 2014



Does it show a faulty code. Where the sound coming from.
Does it show a faulty code. Where the sound coming from.
How long did you have the unit. Do you have a problem with water or ice. Have you ever cleaned condensor?

managemylife.com | Answered on May 29, 2014


That model was still made by A.Y.P. which is American yard products. A subsidiary of white outdoors the reason I am sharing this with you is that only ayp parts will interchange with your mow

managemylife.com | Answered on May 25, 2014

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