Please check the model number. It is not showing as a good number at the Whirlpool tech site.
FYI Your unit is made by Whirlpool. Sears does not make any of their own products. Thank you.
Ok are you getting the model number from the unit, or a users manual. If it is from a users manual please check the number on the manufacturers lable. It is usually diffrent. One number is XXXXX Sears number (usually from the manual) and the other is a Whirlpool number (fom the manufacturers tag on the unit)
Ok thank you for confirming that for me.
I cant figure why I cant get the darn wireing diagram from the tech site??!!
Normally i would just call in but they are not there on the weekends unless I want to pay a higher price for that service. =-/
At this point I will opt out and this will open the question up to other experts to answer. Sorry for the inconvinence.
It means that I do not have the answer. There are other experts that may have the information you need. It may take a little time as they may be with other customers at this time. I refered the question to another expert that I believe knows this unit. If he doesnt reply soon I will rattle another experts cage.
Hi see if I can help you with this problem.Do you have loose wires to the old motor and now you have this connection on the new motor.
Then I think what happened is the thermal fuse blew when the motor was causing you problems.The fuse is at the back on the air duct.You can join the two blue wires together to see if its failed.