I've searched for that mower model number in-store and was unable to find that mower. You can always go to Sears.com and go to the Sears Parts Direct link and search with the mower model number. You also have the option of visiting the local parts store located at 2301 Mountain Industrial Blvd. Let me know if I can help you any further
The lid switch on this washer is combined with the lid lock assembly. The lid switch is apparently working since the timer works. I recommend that you unplug the washer and check the wiring connections on the lid lock portion of the lid switch/lock assembly. You should see wiring terminals that are numbered 2, 3 and 4 on the lock portion of that assembly. Terminal 2 should have a red/white wire, Terminal 3 a black/red wire and Terminal 4 a black/white wire connected. Make sure that the lid lock portion has those wires connected properly. The pump won't run if the lid lock is not wired correctly. If those wires are okay, then you could have a failed timer (internal contacts bad in the timer) or a break in the wiring harness for the pump circuit.
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Hello John, I can understand your concern about the water dispenser leaking. In most cases, when this problem occurs, the water valve located behind the unit will need to be replaced. This is the inlet valve that supplies water to the dispenser and the icemaker. What generally happens is the valve will not seat properly and will allow water to seep through. It's also possible this can be caused from air in the water system but it's not as likely. The valve # 242252702 is available at Sears PartsDirect. Here is the link you can access for the valve, searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-number/242252702/0046/253?pathTaken=directMatch&filterPart=&pop=flush&prst=0&shdPart=242252702 .
The valve is not difficult to replace. Be sure to disconnect the power and turn the water supply valve off to the unit first. I would recommend taking a picture of the original valve that will show the existing water lines and wire connections. Now, remove the water supply line and be prepared to catch some water. Remove the screw holding the water valve in place and you can now disconnect the water lines and wire harness connections. Reassemble in reverse order. I'm also listing a site you can access for a video of how the water connections on this valve will work. youtube.com/watch?v=-Avzf-jsHyM . I hope this will help you.
Janice, I'm sorry you are having this problem with the washer. If it does fill and then won't do anything, the most likely problem will be with the lid switch. First, make sure the lid strike is making good contact with the switch extension. If it is, next disconnect the power and now raise the top washer panel. This will allow access to the switch. Now, remove the wires from the lid switch and connect them together. Make sure they do not touch anything and reconnect the power. If the washer starts now, the lid lock/switch # 134101800 will need to be replaced. Other possibilities will include the pressure switch, the timer and the motor. If you would like to have a technician make this check and repair, you can call 1-800-469-4663 to schedule a tech to come out. I hope this will help you.
Thank you for your question. I am sorry for the door lock problem. Do you hear the lock motor running or humming? At this point the problem will require a meter to check voltage. The main oven control board has a 15 pin connector and pind 5 and 6 power the lock motor. You can check the resistance of the lock motor from these two pins. Pin 1 is closet to the edge connector where L and L enter the control. Turn the power off till you access the control. If you do not feel comfortable measuring voltage then I suggest a technician do this job. I hope this helps.