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Kenmore Washing Machines: What To Do If The Washer Doesn’t Spin?


Kenmore Washing Machines: What To Do If The Washer Doesn't Spin?

Kenmore Washing Machine Repair

Solve the following common stove problems:
Kenmore washers are available in front-loaders and top-loaders. Their affordability and durability make them very popular. As with all appliances, washing machines require maintenance and can sometimes break down. If it breaks down, you can count on our appliance repair specialists to fix your washing machine. Kenmore washing machines can stop spinning for a variety of reasons.

Washing Machine Lid Switch Issues

The lid switch assembly is the cause of many Kenmore washing machines problems.


The lid switch assembly prevents the washing machine from spinning when the lid is opened. When it malfunctions, it will stop your washer from turning, even if the lid is closed. With the help of a multimeter, a Kenmore washing machine technician can determine if there is a faulty lid switch assembly.

Motor Coupling Malfunction

The motor coupling is a significant component in a Kenmore washer. The motor coupling connects your washing machine to the transmission, allowing it to perform at its best. If you overload your washing machine, the coupling may fail sooner or later. The motor coupling may malfunction as a result of wear and tear. An inspection of your Kenmore can reveal which parts need replacement.


Motor Control Board

The motor control panel is the board that controls your Kenmore washer’s motor. It may malfunction and cause the washer not to function correctly. It can also stop working altogether. A technician can inspect the control panel for damaged components. Do-it-yourself repairs may damage your washer beyond repair. When you discover that your Kenmore washing machine is not working correctly, it’s best to call a professional Kenmore repair service.

Malfunction of the Bearing System

This system and the rear drum are vital for your Kenmore washing machines. This assembly keeps your inner tube spinning smoothly.

Motor Control Board



The washer may make loud noises or stop suddenly if the bearing system is defective. The replacement of the tub or bearing is a challenging task. To repair a Kenmore, you’ll need to hire a technician. Repairing a Kenmore washing machine that has a bearing problem may not be worthwhile. Our friendly technicians are upfront and honest about appliance repair charges whenever possible. If purchasing a new washing machine is more cost-effective than fixing your existing appliance, we will be upfront with you.

Transmission Wear and Tear

The transmission is what drives your Kenmore washer. This can be damaged over time by frequent use. Transmissions can have gears that fail, causing your washer not to spin. Kenmore washing machine problems are less common, but only an expert can tell if this is your problem. You can replace the transmission to restore your washer’s functionality.


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