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Old 10-20-2012, 02:25 PM
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Model Number: 110 92972102   Brand: Kenmore   Age: 5 - 10 years   

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My washer is leaking water from the front . I want to remove the cabinet to see if I can find the problem. It is a stacked washer dryer combo and all I can find on the internet are cabinet removal for standard washers. Can anyone help me out here?
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Wow!
ok, I was starting to feel like a yoyo. I have been looking for this same information now for over a week. I just don't want to tear the cabinet up. Oh yea mine is model number 41791702001 I imagine they are the same.

Any help is a great Mahalo!

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You should see two big phillip screws on the bottom of the washer. Take these off and slide the front panel down and then pull it off.
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You should see two big phillip screws on the bottom of the washer. Take these off and slide the front panel down and then pull it off.
Sorry but there are no screws that I can see on the bottom of the of this washer. At least none that I can get to. Am I missing something here?
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Sorry but there are no screws that I can see on the bottom of the of this washer. At least none that I can get to. Am I missing something here?
Did you change your model number? I thought it started with 417? 417 = frigidaire, 110 = whirlpool. Take the slanted panel off in the front between washer and dryer. Then there will be two screws holding the top on in the back. Slide top forward and set aside. There will be wires hanging off of it for lid switch so be careful. Then there will be two screws holding front panel on at top. Remove those and lift panel up and it will come off. You are then free to check washer out. This being a whipool washer I would check the drain pump first which is on the left front. They are very famous for leaking.

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Did you change your model number? I thought it started with 417? 417 = frigidaire, 110 = whirlpool. Take the slanted panel off in the front between washer and dryer. Then there will be two screws holding the top on in the back. Slide top forward and set aside. There will be wires hanging off of it for lid switch so be careful. Then there will be two screws holding front panel on at top. Remove those and lift panel up and it will come off. You are then free to check washer out. This being a whipool washer I would check the drain pump first which is on the left front. They are very famous for leaking.
No I didn't change my number that was the other guy's model number that replied to my posting.
Mine is 110.
I took the slanted cover off and removed the two screws, this setup seems to be different that what you described. There seems to be more to it as there are two clip like devives holding the top on that I can't get off.
Hopefully this photo will help.
Thanks!
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No I didn't change my number that was the other guy's model number that replied to my posting.
Mine is 110.
I took the slanted cover off and removed the two screws, this setup seems to be different that what you described. There seems to be more to it as there are two clip like devives holding the top on that I can't get off.
Hopefully this photo will help.
Thanks!
I will look at a break down tomorrow and get back with you.
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I will look at a break down tomorrow and get back with you.
Thanks, I really appreciate it.
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Ok you need to pry the two brass colored clamps off. Get a flat tip screwdriver and stick it in the hole the clamp snaps in. Catch the lip of the clamp and push the screwdriver back. It should come unsnapped. The lid should slide forward then. The front panel should have 2 screws holding.
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Ok you need to pry the two brass colored clamps off. Get a flat tip screwdriver and stick it in the hole the clamp snaps in. Catch the lip of the clamp and push the screwdriver back. It should come unsnapped. The lid should slide forward then. The front panel should have 2 screws holding.
Thanks, that was a big help. There was 4 screws on this one two on top and two on the very bottom and I mean bottom. Luckily I have long arms. LOL Of course the top two were facing screw side towards the outside and the bottom were reversed and I couldn't get a socket on them and had to use a wrench a 1/4 of a turn at a time.
Now I see a pump in the front and that's where i was leaking . What do I do now?
Thanks for your help.
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