I too ilike to try to save a product by fixing it. My standard statement is :if it already broken I can't make it worse." However the problem I run into now is that many appliances no longer have repair manuals available. I have found this to apply a lot to Kenmore products. I used to be able to get information on things like a freezer. I had one stop working and the only way I found help was to look at lots of online postings. I finally found reference to a 9v battery. The manual that came with the freezer mentioned that some models had them, but there was no information at to where they were located. I finally found it at the very bottom of the front, because an online note gave me a clue.
I had to resort to a repair service to fix a Kenmore washer because the owner's manual offered no help, and there was no repair manual.
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