william pearson jr wrote:
Have a kenmore front load washer that will not start only fill with water model # 41741042000 can you help me
The first thing I’ll help you with is punctuation. Start with this handy, concise punctuation guide; go ahead a bookmark it now. In particular, focus your bloodshot squinties on the first step in the guide:
The question mark ( ? ), used at the end of a sentence, suggests an interrogatory remark or inquiry.
This is especially important when you’re writing to someone at their website and requesting their expert advice. Contrary to the opinion of the Great Unwashed Illiterati (GUI), the Internet is still largely a written medium despite the proliferation of Youtube and porn sites.
And commas are nice, too.
As for your washer, the problem could be one of several things. But rather than write a bunch of techno-twaddle that no one bothers to read, I’m going to tell you how to start troubleshooting this yourself and how you can get more help if you need it.
If you’ll remove the bottom quarter panel from the front of the washer (two 1/4″ hex screws at the very bottom) and then peer intently into the dark compartment using appropriate artificial illumination, you’ll find a large envelope pasted to the inside of one of the side walls. Therein ye shall find detailed tech sheets, complete with troubleshooting guide and wiring schematics. Extract from envelope using your preferred hand and grok said material intently whist consuming your flavorite fermented grain beverage.
If, after consuming sufficient quantities of aforementioned beverage, you find yourself no closer to a solution, come ye hither and pour out your love-libation to the Samurai Appliance Repair Forum, start a new topic in the Laundry Appliance Repair Forum and we shall gladly assist you. And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.
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