Member since 5/2/09
Date: 10/18/13 5:57 PM
Like anyone's data base, on just anything, it's got some issues. As in not complete and perfect information on every Kenmore sold machine ever made since day one of that or anything, But they do have some manuals and parts schematic for some surprisingly even very old machines there.
They also have a lot of ones for some very new to pretty new machines there too, no matter whom made them for them, and then a Kenmore name got put on them.
They also have some for machines sold by Sears at some point, that were never ever even marketed or sold, or labled as Kenmore machines either, they were just more Singer or Brother machines or such, that just happened to be sold out of Sears.
If you can't find what you want there, then you do have to play with their data system. Best to punch in all #'s for something you are looking for then, except for maybe the last few digits, and just use a more Boolean character of * on the end of it instead. If doing that, then suddenly, really may pop up as data, a group of several listings to choose from instead. Yours may or may not be there, but if it is, you are more likely to see and retrieve it that way. Particular if it got in there, with the Kenmore # put into fields a bit different and with the decimal points in it, just not there or else wise kind of messed up.