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The Kenmore 90 Series is a washing machine manufactured by Kenmore.

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I had a problem with my 90 series Kenmore washer knocking loudly in spin cycle. With a burn smell to go along with that. I did some research then replaced the trany, clutch and coupling. Everything seems to be  working but I have a question.  Because of a loud pump I watched the cycle and don’t remember if during the drain cycle it should also spin.  If I open the lid during draining I see it is not spinning but if I press down the door switch it will start spinning.  If I leave it alone it will drain then after that spin.  Can someone tell me if I still have a clutch problem or is it good. Thank you

Update (03/03/2019)

Oldturkey03, thanks for the response. I’m going this route because when I comment to your response I get a message that my comment is kicked out as spam.


The model of my Kenmore 90 series washer is 110.26914691.


Thank you.

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@griegox this "it will drain then after that spin" is actually right. Does your laundry still drip water extensively after the washer stops?

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@griegox

that would not be a clutch problem since it does spin etc. If anything it would be a program/timer issue. Let us know what your washers exact model number is. That way we could try and see what the timer sequence should be.

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No, it is rung out well. I get a good strong spin after it drains. I just was wondering why it doesn’t spin while draining unless I lift the lid then close it again or wait until drain complete then it spins automatically.

Ok, I will assume it is fine then. Thanks for your time.

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@griegox I'll keep on checking for more information and will post anything different on here. In the meantime enjoy your fixed washer. Remember "Repair is Noble" ;-)

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