How Do You Repair A Kenmore 90 Series Washer Motor Coupler?
One problem that can plague a washing machine is a broken motor coupler. You can tell the coupler is broken when you hear a “click click click” sound as the washer operates and/or the washer refuses to spin. Skill and how-to knowledge may help you repair a Kenmore 90 series washer motor coupler. Turn off the water supply. This is a crucial step before beginning any washing machine repairs, as you don’t want water spraying everywhere. Next, unplug the washer to avoid electrical shocks. Drain any excess water from the washer. You may want to have a bucket nearby to hold the water. Take the back panel off the washing machine. Remove the three nuts and both clamps/locking plates that hold the coupler in place. Pull the coupler, which looks like a flimsy, white piece of plastic, out of its housing. Use a wrench to ease out the steel piece that surrounded the coupler. Assemble the new washer coupling. Using a replacement kit that you should’ve bought at a home improvement store, thread one p