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Owner's Manual andInstallation InstructionsElectronic Three-SpeedAUTOMATIC WASHERSwith CleaninIMPORTANT:Read and follow all safetyand operating instructionsbefore first use of this product.Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A. www.sears.comSears Canada Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2B8 www.sears.ca3953137APRINTED IN USA7/99

BEFORE USING YOUR NEW WASHER.2KENMORE AUTOMATIC WASHER WARRANTY3WASHER SAFETY4INSTALLATION.INSTRUCTIONS6OPERATING YOUR WASHER21LAUNDRY TIPS39.CARING FOR YOUR WASHER41TROUBLESHOOTING42SEARS MAINTENANCE.AGREEMENTPlease read this manual. It will helpyou install and operate your newKenmore washer in the safest andmost economical way.For more information about the careand operation of Kenmore appliances callyour nearest Sears store. You will needthe complete model and serialnumbers when requesting information,Your washer's model and serial numbersare located on the Model and SerialNumber Plate.--' Modeland SerillNumber Plate47Use the space below to record the modelnumber and serial number of your newKenmore washer.Model No.Serial No.Date of PurchaseKeep this book and your SearsSales check (receipt) in a safeplace for future reference.

Limited Lifetime Warranty onWhite Porcelain BasketFull 1-Year WarrantyonMechanicaland ElectricalFor the lifetime of the washer from thedate of purchase, Sears will replace thewhite porcelain wash basket if it chipsor rusts due to defective material orworkmanship, You will be charged forlabor after the first year.For one year from the date of purchase, when this washer is installedand operated according to the instructions that come with it, Sears will repairor replace any of its mechanical orelectrical parts if they are defective inmaterial or workmanship.Limited 10-Year Warranty onPlastic Tub*For the second through tenth year fromthe date of purchase, Sears will replacethe plastic tub if it is defective inmaterial or workmanship. You will becharged for labor after the first year.Limited 5-Year WarrantyGearcase Parts*onFor the second through fifth year fromthe date of purchase, Sears will replaceany gearcase parts that are defective inmaterial or workmanship. You will becharged for labor after the first year.Limited 2-Year Warranty onElectronic Control BoardFor two years from the date ofpurchase, Sears will replace theelectronic control board if it isdefective in material or workmanship,You will be charged for labor after thefirst year.Full 1-Year Warranty on"Spreckle"Porcelain BasketFor one year from the date ofpurchase, when this washer is installedand operated according to the instructions that come with it, Sears willreplace the "spreckle" (speckled surface) porcelain wash basket if it chipsor rusts due to defective material orworkmanship.partsWarranty RestrictionIf this washer is operated for any purpose other than private family use, allwarranty coverage is restricted to 90days from the date of purchase.Warranty ServiceWarranty service is available bycontacting your nearest Sears ServiceCenter in the United States or Canada.This warranty applies only while thiswasher is used in the United States orCanada.This warranty gives you specific legalrights and you may also have otherrights that vary from state to state orprovince to province.Sears, Roebuck and Co.,Dept 817WA,Hoffman Estates, IL 60179Sears Canada Inc., Toronto,Ontario, Canada M5B 2B8*In Canada a different warranty may apply.In the U.S. for Sears warranty information orto contact a Sears Service Center, call1-800-4-MY-HOME sM(1-800-469-4663).In Canada, call 1-877-533-6937.3

Your safety and the safety of others is very important.We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and onyour appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages.This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol alerts you tohazards that can kill or hurt you and others. All safetymessages will be preceded by the safety alert symbol andthe word "DANGER" or "WARNING". These words mean:You will be killed or seriouslyinjured if you don't followinstructions.You can be killed or seriouslyinjured if you don't followinstructions.All safety messages will identify the hazard, tell you how to reduce thechance of injury, and tell you what can happen if the instructions are notfollowed.

IMPORTANTSAFETYINSTRUCTIONSWARNING:To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury to persons whenusing your washer, fellow basic precautions, including the following: Read all instructions before using thewasher, Do not wash articles that have beenpreviously cleaned in, washed in,soaked in, or spotted with gasoline,dry-cleaning solvents, other flammableor explosive substances as they give offvapors that could ignite or explode, Do not add gasoline, dry-cleaningsolvents, or other flammable orexplosive substances to the wash water.These substances give off vapors thatcould ignite or explode, Under certain conditions, hydrogen gasmay be produced in a hot water systemthat has not been used for 2 weeks ormore. HYDROGEN GAS ISEXPLOSIVE. If the hot water systemhas not been used for such a period,before using a washing machine, turnon all hot water faucets and let thewater flow from each for severai minutes. This will release any accumulatedhydrogen gas, As the gas is flammable,do not smoke or use an open flameduring this time. Do not allow children to play on or in thewasher. Close supervision of children isnecessary when the washer is used nearchildren. Before the washer is removed fromservice or discarded, remove the lid. Do not reach into the washer if the tub oragitator is moving. Do not install or store this washer whereit will be exposed to the weather. Do not tamper with controls. Do not repair or replace any part of thewasher or attempt any servicing unlessspecifically recommended in the Owner'sManual or in published user-repairinstructions that you understand andhave the skills to carry out, See Installation Instructions for groundingrequirements.SAVE THESEINSTRUCTIONS5

INSTALLATIONOVERVIEWFor a complete list of tools and partsneeded, see pages 7-9.A. SELECT LOCATIONFOR YOUR WASHER (pgs. 11-13)Recessed Area/Closet Installation Instructions (p. 11)Laundry Tub Drain System (p, 12)QStandpipe Drain System (p. 13)39 in(99 cm)Floor Drain System (p. 13)

B,REMOVESHIPPINGSTRAP(p,14)JTools Needed:ScissorsFlashlight (optionaldepending on installation)C, CONNECT DRAIN HOSE (pgs, 15-16)pA NsDHISTTools Needed:Parts Needed:SuPliers that opento l 'e in (3.95 cm)f11 qFlashlight (optionaldepending on installation)1 yellow, single-wirehose clamp (top ofdrain hose)1 silver, double-wirehose clamp (bottom ofdrain hose)7

D, CONNECT INLET HOSES TO WASHERTools(pgs. 16-17)PaNs Needed:Needed:2 water inlet hosesPliers that open to lg in (3.95 cm)Flashlight (optionaldepending oninstallation)4 flat water inlet hose washersE. CONNECT INLET HOSES TO WATER FAUCETS (pg. 17)Tools Needed:PaNs Needed:Pliers that open to 1 ,, in (3.95 cm)Bucket(optionaldepending on8 installation)Flashlight (optionaldepending oninstallation)2 water inlet hoses

SECURE DRAIN HOSE (p, 18)Tools Needed:Parts Needed:Flashlight (optionaldepending on installation)Shipping strap with fastenerG, LEVEL WASHER (p. 19)Tools Needed:Parts Needed:-in (1.45 cm)open-end wrenchFlashlight (optionaldepending on installation)2 front leveling legs with nuts(supplied with washer)Wood block9

For a grounded, cordconnected washer:Selecting the proper location for yourwasher will improve its performanceand minimize concerns like washerwalk or noise.ELECTRICALREQUIREMENTS120-Volt, 60-Hz., AC-only, 15- or20-ampere fused electrical supply isrequired. (Time-delay fuse or circuitbreaker is recommended.) Connectto an individual branch circuit.GROUNDINGINSTRUCTIONSThis washer must be grounded. In theevent of malfunction or breakdown,grounding will reduce the risk of electrical shock by providing a path of leastresistance for electric current. Thiswasher is equipped with a cord havingan equipment-grounding conductor anda grounding plug. The plug must beplugged into an appropriate outlet thatis properly installed and grounded inaccordance with all local codes andordinances.WARNING:ElectricalShock HazardPlug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.Do not remove ground prong.Do not use an adapter.Do not use an extension cord.Failure to follow these instructionscan result in death, fire, orelectrical shock.This washer is equipped with a powersupply cord having a 3-prong groundingplug. To minimize possible shock hazard,you must plug the power supply cord intoa mating 3-prong grounding4ype wallreceptacle, grounded in accordance withNational Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70latest edition and all local codes andordinances.3 pronggrounding typewall receptacle3 pronggroundingplugGroundingngPower supplycord10\III//Improper connectionof the equipment grounding conductorcan result in a risk of electric shock.Check with a qualified electrician orserviceman if you are in doubt as towhether the appliance is properlygrounded.Do not modifythe applianceoutlet, have aby a qualifiedthe plug provided with- if it will not fit theproper outlet installedelectrician. For a is washer must be connected toa grounded metal, permanent wiringsystem, or an equipment groundingconductor must be run with the circuitconductors and connected to theequipment-grounding terminal or leadon the appliance.

A. SELECT LOCATIONFOR YOUR WASHER RECESSED AREA/CLOSET INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSThis washer may be installed in a recessed area or closet.3 inr48 in 2(7.6(310cm2)minimumventilationarea19 incm)(48.3 m)24 in2(155 cm )minimumventilationarea*0 in- 27in(0 cm)(686 cm)FrontView(Door NotShown)--*0 in - 1 inJ F251/2 in 4 in(0 cm) (2.5 cm) (648 cm) (10.2 cm)Side View(Door Shown)Front View(Door With Vent)*Additionalclearance tot wall, doorandfloor moldingsmay he required.TOreducetransfer ofwashersounds,a clearanceofI in (2.5 cm) on the sides otthe washeris recommended. The installation spacing is in inches(centimeters) and is the minimumallowable. Allow additional space if other appliances are to be installed in the area. If closet door is installed, the minimumair openings in top and bottom arerequired. Leuvered doors withequivalent air openings in top andbottom are acceptable.11

LAUNDRY TUB DRAIN SYSTEMCheck location where washer will beinstalled. This washer can be installedusing one of three systems: Laundry tub drain system (below) Standpipe drain system (p, 13) Floor drain system (p. 13)Grounded receptacle: Mustbe within 4 ft (1.2 m) of wherethe power cord is attached tothe back of the washer.Hot and cold water faucets:Must provide water pressurebetween 20-100 psi and bewithin 4 fl (1.2 m) of the hot andcold water fill valves attached tothe back of the washer.%Support: Floor must be sturdyenough to support a total weight of315 Ibs (143 kg) (including washer,water, and load weight).12Do not store or operate washer at orbelow 32 F (0 C) (some water mayremain in washer), See page 41 forwinterizing information.Proper installation is your responsibility,Make sure you have everything necessary for correct installation including thefollowing points:Level floor: Maximumallowable slope under entirewasher - 1 in (2.5 cm).Laundry tub drain system:Needs a minimum 20 gal(76 L) laundry tub.least 39 in (99 cm)above floor and nohigher than 96 in(2.4 m) from bottomof washer.

ALTERNATE LOCATIONS STANDPIPE AND FLOOR DRAIN SYSTEMSSiphon break: Must be purchasedseparately. See chart below.39 in(99 cm)Standpipe drain system: Needs a 2 in (5 cm)minimum diameter standpipe with minimumcarry-away capacity of 17 gal (64 L) perminute. Top of standpipe must be at least39 in (99 cm) above floor and no higher than96 in (2.4 m) from bottom of washer.Floor drain system: Requires a siphonbreak, see chart below. A minimum carry-awaycapacity of 17 gaI (64 L) per minute isrequired.If you have:You will need to buy:Laundry tub or standpipetaller than 96 in (2.4 m)Sump pump system(if not already available)1 in (2.5 cm) diameter standpipe2 in (5 cm) diameter to 1 in (2.5 cm)diameter standpipe adapter, Part No.3363920Overhead sewerStandard 20 gal (76 L) 39 in (99 cm) talldrain tub or utility sink and sump pump(available from local plumbing suppliers)Floor drainSiphon break, Part No. 285320;additional drain hose, Part No. 3357090;and Connector Kit, Part No. 285442Parts listed are available from your local Sears store or Sears Service Center: In the UnitedStates, call 1-800-366-PART (1-800-366-7278).in Canada, call 1-877-533-6937.13

B. REMOVE SHIPPING STRAPIVt,J,i'm, -" "-I [ :J[i"STEP 2. Pull firmly to remove theother end of the shipping strap pinnedto the back of washer. This willrelease the rear self-leveling legs.Removing the shipping strap isnecessary for smooth operation,If the shipping strap is notremoved, the washer will makeexcessive noise,LTo prevent floor damage, set washer ontocardboard before moving across floor.Move washer close to its final location.STEP 1. Do not cut yellow strap. Pullyellow strap firmly, until completelyremoved from washer. Depending onyour model, there should be either twoor three cotter pins on the end of theshipping strap when it is pulled out ofthe washer, The electrical plug isattached to this shipping strap.Electrical plug\ippingstrapPULLPin14STEP 3. Cut the shipping strap about16 in (40 cm) from plug end. Look for thewords "CUT HERE." Discard end with thecotter pins. Slide remainder of shippingstrap free from the electrical plug. Youwill use this to secure the drain hose.

C. CONNECT DRAIN HOSEProper connection of the drain hosewill protect your floors from damagedue to water leakage,STEP 1. To prevent the drain hose fromcoming off or leaking, it must be installedper the following instructions:IMPORTANT: To ensure proper installation, this procedure must be followedexactly.)TWISTa. Wet the inside of the straight end of thedrain hose with tap water. DO NOTUSE ANY OTHER LUBRICANT.b, Squeeze ears of silver, double-wireclamp with pliers to open, Place clampover the straight end of the drain hosein (6 mm) from the end.d. Place clamp over area marked"CLAMR" Release clamp.(6Y rnnrn)Drain H se ,c. Open clamp, Twist hose back and forthwhile pushing down onto drainconnector at the bottom of the washer.Continue until hose contacts the ribbedstop on the cabinet.(6 mm)If you have:You will need to buy:Drain hose that is too shortDrain hose, Part No. 388423 andhose kit, Part No. 285442Drain hose that is too longHose kit, Part No. 285442A problem with lint clogging your drainDrain protector, Part No. 367031Parts listed are available from your local Sears store or Sears Service Cente[ In the UnitedStates, call 1-800-366-PART (1-800-366-7278). in Canada, call 1-877-533-6937.15

For standpipe or laundry tub drainsystems:D. CONNECT INLET HOSESTO WASHERSTEP 2. Open yellow, single-wire clampwith pliers and slide over hooked endof drain hose to secure the rubber andcorrugated sections together.E lo imJ,, . 1.I ] n[ [.11. ,.j.,H00ked End] ! IE s"DrainHosemSTEP 3. Put hooked end of drain hoseinto laundry tub or standpipe. Checkfor proper length of drain hose. Rotatehook to eliminate kinks.Proper connection of your inlet hoseswill allow hot and cold water to enteryour washer properly. We recommendconnecting both the hot and coldwater inlet hoses for optimal performance of your washer. If you onlyconnect one water hose, you mustcap off the remaining water inlet port.NOTE: Replace inlet hoses after fiveyears of use to reduce the risk of hosefailure. Periodically inspect and replaceinlet hoses if bulges, kinks, cuts, wear,or leaks are found. When replacingyour inlet hoses, mark the date ofreplacement on the label with apermanent marker.STEP 1. Insert one new, flat washer(from the parts bag) into each end ofthe inlet hoses. Check that washersare firmly seated in couplings.0To prevent drain water from going backinto the washer: Do not straighten hooked end of drainhose and force excess drain hose intostandpipe. Hose should be secure butloose enough to provide a gap for air. Do not lay excess drain hose in bottomof laundry tub.16COUPLINGWASHER

STEP 2. Attach the hose with the redcoupling to the hot water (bottom) inletvalve, Attaching the red coupling firstmakes it easier to tighten connection withpliers. Screw on coupling by hand, Makean additional two4hirds turn with pliers totighten coupling. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN;this could damage the valves.E, CONNECTINLETHOSESTO WATER FAUCETSSTEP 1. Make sure washer basket isempty. Run water through both faucetsinto a bucket or laundry tub to get rid ofparticles in the water lines that might cloghoses. Determine which faucet is hot andwhich is cold. Mark the hot water faucet.ColdWaterInletValveWaterInletValveSTEP 3. Attach the hose with the bluecoupling to the cold water (top) inlet valve.Screw on coupling by hand. Make an additional two4hirds turn with pliers to tightencoupling, DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN; thiscould damage valves.STEP 2, Attach the hose with the redcoupling to the hot water faucet, Screwon coupling by hand. Make an additionaltwo4hirds turn with pliers to tightencoupling. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN;this could damage the coupling.STEP 3. Attach the hose with the bluecoupling to the cold water faucet.Screw on coupling by hand. Make anadditional two4hirds turn with pliers totighten coupling. DO NOTOVERTIGHTEN; this could damagethe coupling.STEP 4. Turn on water faucets andcheck for leaks. A small amount of watermay enter the washer. You will drain thislater.If you have:You will need to buy:Water faucets beyond thereach of water fill hoses2 longer water fill hoses:6 ft (1.8 m), Part No. 7631410 ft (3.0 m), Part No. 350008Parts listed are available from your local Sears store or Sears Service Center. In the UnitedStates, call 1-800-366-PART (1-800-366-7278).In Canada, call 1-877-533-6937.17

F. SECURE DRAIN HOSEi-m-volIP""-Z:-]i [:4 IT,Securing the drain hose properly willprotect your floors from damage dueto water leakage.STEP 1. Move washer to its finallocation.STEP 2. Locate the remaining pieceof shipping strap (not the end with thecotter pins) from STEP 3 of"REMOVE SHIPPING STRAP." Useit to wrap the drain hose together withthe laundry tub or standpipe. Pushfastener into the nearest hole in theshipping strap.Fastener18If the water faucets and drain standpipeare recessed, put hooked end of drainhose in standpipe. Tightly wrap theshipping strap around the drain hoseand water inlet hoses (not the handlesor stems). Push fastener into thenearest hole in the shipping strap.

G. LEVEL WASHERi-m-volIP""-I:-] i [:4 i'[,Leveling your washer properly prevents excessive noise and vibration.To install front legs:STEP 1. Prop front of washer up (about4 in [10.2 cm]). Use a wood block oranother object that will support the weightof the washer. If washer was placedagainst a wall, move the washer outslightly before tipping it up.STEP 5. Move washer to its finallocation.STEP 6. Tilt washer forward until rearof washer is at least 3 in (7.6 cm) off floor.You may hear the self-adjusting rearlegs click into place. Lower washer tofloor. Check levelness of the washerby placing a level on top of the washer,first side4o-side; then front4o-back.STEP 2. With one of the legs in hand,screw lock nut onto leg in (9.5 mm)from top of leg base. This is therecommended initial setting.STEP 7. If washer is not level, propup the front of the washer and adjustthe legs up or down as necessary.Lower washer and reset self-adjustingrear legs (as in Step 6). Repeat Step 7until the washer is level.STEP 3. Screw leg into washer baseby hand until nut reaches washer base.Repeat for other leg.JSTEP 8. When washer is in its finallocation and level, use a in (1.43 cm)open-end wrench to turn nuts on frontlegs tightly against washer cabinet.If nuts are not tight against washercabinet, the washer may vibrate./STEP 4

Owner's Manual and Installation Instructions Electronic Three-Speed AUTOMATIC WASHERS with _ Cleanin IMPORTANT: Read and follow all safety and operating instructions before first use of this product. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A. www.sears.com Sears Canada Inc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5B 2B8 www.sears.ca

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