Kenmore is a trusted brand when it comes to washers, but like any other appliance, it can encounter problems over time. If you're experiencing issues with your Kenmore washer, it's important to address them as soon as possible to prevent further damage and avoid costly repairs.

Here are some troubleshooting tips and common problems with Kenmore washers:

  • Washer won't turn on
    If your Kenmore washer won't turn on, make sure it's properly plugged in and the outlet is functioning. Check if the power cord is damaged and replace it if necessary. If the problem persists, the control board or timer may be defective and require replacement.
  • Washer won't fill with water
    If the washer won't fill with water, check if the water supply is turned on and the hoses are properly connected. Clean the inlet screens on the hoses and the water inlet valve to remove any debris that may be blocking the flow of water. If the problem persists, the water inlet valve may need to be replaced.
  • Washer won't drain
    If your washer won't drain, check if the drain hose is clogged or kinked. Make sure the drain pump is working properly and not obstructed by any foreign objects. If the problem persists, the drain pump or control board may need to be replaced.
  • Washer is leaking
    If your washer is leaking, check if the hoses are properly connected and not damaged. Make sure the washer is level and the tub is not overloaded. Check the tub seal and the door boot seal for any signs of damage or wear. If the problem persists, the water inlet valve, tub seal, or door boot seal may need to be replaced.
  • Washer is making loud noises
    If your washer is making loud noises, check if the load is properly balanced and not overloaded. Make sure the washer is level and the feet are properly adjusted. Check the drive belt and pulleys for any signs of wear or damage. If the problem persists, the bearings or the drive motor may need to be replaced.

If you've tried these troubleshooting tips and your Kenmore washer is still not functioning properly, it's best to contact a professional appliance repair technician to diagnose and fix the problem. With their expertise and experience, they can quickly identify the issue and provide the necessary repairs to get your washer back up and running.

At our Appliance Repair Company, we specialize in Kenmore washer repair and have the tools and expertise to get your appliance running smoothly again. Contact us today to schedule a service appointment.

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