Troubleshoot a Kenmore Washing Machine 110.92573210 by identifying the symptoms. Check first for the most common causes of the problem, moving down to less likely causes. After identifying the cause, either repair or replace the problem component.
Check spinning components
If the washer doesn't spin, check for a broken or incorrectly connected lid switch assembly, motor coupling, drive block, clutch and drive motor.
Identify the cause of loud noises
Loud or unexpected noises from the washing machine typically occur due to a loose or broken bearing, motor coupling, clutch or transmission. Check these components and repair or replace them as needed.
Stop leaking water
Water leaks from Kenmore washing machines when components crack or loosen, or when sealant dissolves. The most likely culprits for a leaky machine include the drain pump, tub seal and drain hose.
Fix overflowing water
Overflowing water is typically due to an improperly functioning water inlet valve or pressure switch. Low household water pressure can also contribute to overflowing.
Unnecessary vibrations are usually caused by a broken stabilizing component. Check for problems with the support brackets, the suspension spring, the snubber pad, the drive block and the leveling leg.
Fix improper cycle timing
For machines that fail to complete their wash cycle, look for problems with the lid switch assembly, water inlet valve or timer.