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Author: RussWhite - Replies: 5 - Views: 1838
Hoping for some hits from a guru that has faced repairs to their Kenmore stackable washer/dryer.

My 1999 model has the shower/tub on one side of the rear bath, and a set of cabinets on the other one of which contains the stackable washer/dryer.

Here is the dilemma:

My dryer has stopped producing hot air.
[color=#000000][size=large][font=Calibri, sans-serif]I have ordered a new element, both thermostats and a new
Author: Richard - Replies: 4 - Views: 2894
My dash air became inop because of a plugged thermostatic expansion valve. Classic symptoms were very low suction pressure and very high high side pressures with no cooling. Simple diagnosis but not so simple of a fix.

First challenge is to remove the old TXV. In my 99 it is in the bowels of the lower dash area. I finally gained limited access by removing both the HWH control panel and the rear view monitor. After evacuating the system, don't snigger I have a reclaim unit, I removed the TXV.
Author: Aragona1 - Replies: 3 - Views: 1057
I have to replace my combination washer dryer.  It is one single front loading unit, not a stack-able.  It shook itself to death.  Any recommendations?