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Kenmore Washer Sprays Water After Spinning

My Kenmore washer #11029822801 is spinning, but is spraying water after it's done so the clothes are soaking wet again when it stops. I can stand there and lift the lid at the end of the spin cycle and everything is fine, but don't usually have time to do that. How can I reset it so it doesn't spray the water?


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January 24, 20190 found this helpful

The timing is off. Unless you can fix it yourself you need it serviced

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January 25, 20190 found this helpful

I would call Kenmore Product Question line at:
Kenmore Product Questions

They might have an answer for you. You can also have a repair estimate made. Once you have an estimate, you can decide whether or not it would be worth fixing.
It might be cheaper to buy a new one.


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February 12, 20190 found this helpful

Ugh...I had the same problem on my previous washer and mine was a one two punch of a load sensor and a timing something or other that was behind the dial. It took 3 repairs to get it right (our techs around here are not the best) on the timing thing. The water thing must have been an easier fix, because that took the first time.


Did you get it repaired? Hopefully they will get it right the first time for you! Post back how it went.

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