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Washer Fix Kenmore: Model 417.42042100

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Uploaded on Mar 11, 2010

Shock Fix for Kenmore Front Loader:
Problem Washer off balance.....
***VERY IMPORTANT: TURN OFF WASHER POWER (UNPLUG) BEFORE WORKING ON MACHINE)**
Part # is 131268200 120N (NOS), you may keyword search on this first # but chances are you put the whole # in you'll find an ebay listing for CarterXX. This was a great transaction and I'm not pushing to buy from him, but this was a good fix.

Note that For the front right (upper shock) I said that you should remove the green clamp. I did and its actually the draining water. When you do this, if you choose to do, it's a biatch to put back on. But you can at the same time remove the protein deposits and any other crud that has built up in there. If you choose not to do this, you could probably just break off the plastic tab that is behind this, giving you access to the pin. I ended up breaking the pin that held the part in place while trying (for 15 gruling minutes) to get the clamp back on the hose.

Also to note, that after I got the power back on, the machine was leaking. I looked under the incoming water / soap dispenser and saw that because of the off cycle of the washer bin, there is a nut that hit and cracked the underside of the dispenser. I simply put some duct tape so that I could get the washer to run w/ out leaking. I also put a towel in the lower front left "corner" and it sopped any dripping water that did leak. I plan on gluing the bin with abs or pvc glue.

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