Kenmore Washer Circuit Boards and Touch Pads

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Kenmore Washer Noise Filter Assembly
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2 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS3528920
Manufacturer Part Number 6201EC1006T
Fixes these symptoms
Installation Instructions
JOHN from FORT MYERS, FL
No power to dishwasher. Confirmed that outlet had power coming out.
Turn off circuit breaker. Turn off water at shutoff valve usually located under sink. Disconnect water line from dishwasher. Disconnect wires for the power feed from cord, Marked corresponding wires upon removal for re-installation. Remove 2 mounting screws that secure dishwasher to counter. Slide dishwasher out from counter and turn upside down. Use a blanket to prevent scratching of surfaces. Locate component on the back portion of the dishwasher. Unplug 2 wiring harnesses. My part was held on by 2 phillip screws. One in front, the other in the back along the leg bracket support. Once removed, reverse the order of removal. The i a You Tube video you can locate fr this removal. They said that you needed to release a clip to get the part out. Mine had a screw holding it on the back side. This difference cause about an extra 1/2 hour before I was able to figure out that there was NO clip that was being shown on the video. After that, The replacement went smoothly and we were having the dishes washed later that day. Read more...
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Kenmore Washer Control Timer
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PartSelect Number PS11750181
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10199989
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
Installation Instructions
SHAWN from Philadelphia, PA
washer not cycling or working on all cycles.
On my model You have to first lift the control panel in order to remove timer knob.I removed control panel by prying on the ends of panel one at a time with putty knife and rag to keep from scratching washer. I then use needle nose pliers to pull plastic under side of knob while pulling on knob which is the trickiest part of the job as knob will not come of til it is pulled from underside with needle nose pliers to release it then its easy from that point to disconnect wires and slide timer to the left to unlock it and in stall new timer.You have to take your time doing the repair and it will work out better for you.After replacing timer machine works on all cycles and completes entire cycle. Thank You PartSelect! Read more...
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Kenmore Washer Timer
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PartSelect Number PS11743431
Manufacturer Part Number WP661636
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
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Kenmore Washer Timer - 60Hz
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PartSelect Number PS11746384
Manufacturer Part Number WP8557301
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
Installation Instructions
Rick from Littleton, NH
Washer would fill and stop, would not agitate; advance the cycles
First I went to the Whirlpool site and downloaded the illustrated parts list for this model (a PDF file).

Seeing the part number, I then ordered the part from PartSelect.com.

While waiting for the part I tried to research how to remove the timer knob, but none of the online help I found was correct- the knob does not unscrew, but is held in place by a black plastic "keeper" on the back of the timer. The removal instructions are printed on the timer.

When the timer arrived I unscrewed the 2 screws at the back and edge of the console panel. Then the panel lifts up and out, exposing the timer. I released the knob, then removed a small screw beneath the knob that holds the timer.

Then I unplugged the wiring harness from the timer and removed it. I then reversed these procedures and installed the new timer.

As it turned out, the problem was not with the timer at all, but rather a defective lid switch, which is also located under the console panel.

Once I replaced the lid switch (very easy), the washer worked perfectly again.

Despite my imperfect initial diagnosis, a very satisfying experience.

Thanks for the great service.

Rick
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$239.67
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Kenmore Washer Timer - 60 Hz.
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PartSelect Number PS11746742
Manufacturer Part Number WP8577356
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
Fixes these symptoms
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$251.75
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Kenmore Washer Timer - 60Hz
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PartSelect Number PS11743432
Manufacturer Part Number WP661649
The timer controls most of the operations and cycles of the washer.
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Kenmore Washer Noise Filter - 275V and 50/60Hz
PartSelect Number PS11753813
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10367632
Fixes these symptoms
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$261.18
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Kenmore Washer Motor Control Board
PartSelect Number PS11758142
Manufacturer Part Number 5304504863
Bracket NOT included.
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Kenmore Washer Motor Control Board
PartSelect Number PS1524621
Manufacturer Part Number 134743500
This part is usually located in the bottom of the washer next to the drive motor. It is used to control the drive motor speed as well as the direction for the spin and tumble actions during the cycle.
Installation Instructions
Matt from MAPLE SHADE, NJ
No spin
No spin, water+drain worked playing with settings. Dart 1-door switch. Got code-tested motor-ok. Replaced motor control board Read more...
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Kenmore Washer Motor Control Board
PartSelect Number PS10066118
Manufacturer Part Number 134618213
Installation Instructions
Baruch from HURLEYVILLE, NY
washer stops in middle of cycle and E53 appears on the screen
1 you have to order a new motor control board
2 unscrew the back panel
3 unscrew the top panel
4 unscrew the bracket
5disconnect the old motor control board
6 connect the new motor control board
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