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Post# 1033253   5/20/2019 at 20:32 by Losangeles (Muscle Shoals, AL 35661)        

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Hello everyone,
I recently rescued a Kenmore 70 series direct drive washer from the junkyard. Brought it home for some simple repairs and a good cleaning. Prior to the repairs the machine worked in all functions and cycles. All was going well till I got ready to close it up and my worst nightmare came to life. I have 3 sets of widgets left over. So, I broke the machine back down trying to figure out where the things went. I though I had it figured out but when the washer goes to spin it makes a very loud rattling sound. It washes and drains just fine, but the spin is very loud.
Here are the best pictures of the widgets left over. I can not find any diagrams that shows where these pieces would possibly go. The washer is model 110.82673110. If there is anyone that can help me out in anyway I will so greatly appreciate it. Thank you, Tommy (Losangeles)


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Post# 1033254 , Reply# 1   5/20/2019 at 20:47 by DADoES (TX, U.S. of A.)        

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Those are remnants of the shipping strap. The pins fall into the cup when the strap is pulled, as nothing more than a storage method so they don't fall out onto the floor.  Toss it all to the trash.


Post# 1033258 , Reply# 2   5/20/2019 at 21:11 by combo52 (Beltsville,Md)        
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As usual Glenn is right on the money,

 

The only thing I would add is you should recycle the steel pin and clip, you can recycle the steel stuff in your household recycling as they do magnetic separation.

 

John L.


Post# 1033576 , Reply# 3   5/25/2019 at 00:02 by Losangeles (Muscle Shoals, AL 35661)        
Kenmore 70 Series Direct Drive washer

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Than you Glenn and John for your help in solving the issue of a rattling spin and mystery parts. Removed the pins and put the machine back together. Runs perfectly and much quieter. Thanks again Tommy




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