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PartSelect Number PS11742021
This part comes with a three-wire lead. The pin on the lid pushes on the lever of the lid switch to tell the machine that the lid is closed.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Order Switch Lid, now my machine is working like a new machine, had to remove the lid and pop off the old switch lid bascially from the back. I love partSelect.com if ever another problem, will use PartsSelect.com.~Thank you.
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I removed the console end cap screws and popped them off. This exposed the plug which had to be disconnected. The two screws holding the switch assembly had to be removed. I attached the new switch, ran the wire along the top and connected the plug. I then replaced the end caps and screws. At one time this replacement took less than five minutes by popping the top and replacing either the lever or the switch.
First of all you need to unplug the washer from the electric wall outlet then Remove the top covers left and right to expose Screwes unscrewed them and lift the top control cover. remove the switch by loosening two screws and disconeccting it from the plug .connect the new switch and reverse the process, reconnect the washer to the wall and try it it should work.
Just the way I found via the Internet. However, I was more impressed that this site HAD the part for something so old and that it got it to me in 4 days. VERY IMPRESSED! Saved me over $100 in service fees.
The lid switch on my Kenmore 110 had broken. I removed the two snap-on end caps from the control panel, exposing two phillips head screws. remove the screws and tilt the control panel back. Then remove the two large clips that fasten the cabinet to the back of the washer. Tilting the cabinet forward allows easy access to the lid switch, wiring, and connector assembly. 1/4 inch nutdriver needed for the ground wire fastener. Lid switch is mounted with two phillips head screws and is easily replaced.
I started the repair by reading online about possible causes. Once it proved to be the switch I used your site to identify the right switch. Your site was the only one that had picture of the switch for easy id. I then read about other repairs and followed their lead. Easy.
Removed the back panel and cabinet. Removed the pump and separated the gear box and motor. Replaced coupler, reassembled. Lid switch removed/replaced very easy, as was lid screw.
Removed control panel screws (2) pulled up CP and pulled back washer case and removed old switch, replaced with new switch, added a rubber washer on each screw to help shock of lid slamming down, re assembled replaced hoses and tested for leaks. Easy Thanks for the site and the parts
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