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3949247V Washer Lid Switch For Kenmore

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SKU: APN3949247K    
Condition: New
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Replacement lid switch used for some Crosley, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, and Whirlpool washer models.

Directly Replaces: 3949247V, 3949237, 3949239, 3949240, 3949247, 3949247VP, ER3949247, TJ90ES247, ES247, 4248251, AP5983746, EAP11722098, PD00024284, PS11722098, B01AJZNLEW, B0050KJJWK, B004Q3Z8WC, B0156N9ZDI, B0050KJMFO, B00IMJZ11E, B0053F830Q, B0050KJMAO, B00MAGCFR8, B01BDS04U8.


  • Secures the lid during the wash cycle on top loading washer models.
  • Used on some direct drive top load washers.
  • Included plastic wire lead sleeve can be trimmed to appropriate length.
  • Includes (1) Lid Switch and 3-Wire Harness Assembly.


  • Color: Gray / Green.
  • Material: Plastic Housing.
  • Electrical Specs: 125-250V, 60 / 50-60 Hz, 1/2 HP.
  • Dimensions: 3"L x 2-1/4"W x 1-1/4"H.
  • Additional Dimensions: Harness and plug measure 27"L; Terminal block measures 1-1/8".

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3949247V Washer Lid Switch For Kenmore


Repair Skill Level:

2 Screwdrivers

The lid switch is used on top load machines to tell if the lid is opened or closed.

Failure Symptoms: When the lid switch fails the unit may not be able to fill, wash, drain, or spin.

How to Test: Use a multi-meter to test the switch for electrical continuity. If there is no continuity replace the switch.

*Continuity is the presence of a complete path for current flow. A continuity test is a quick check to see if a circuit is open or closed. Only a closed, complete circuit (one that is switched ON) has continuity.

*Continuity testing should be attempted only when voltage is NOT present in the circuit being tested. Always unplug the device or turn off the main circuit breaker before attempting a continuity test. Ensure that all capacitors are safely discharged.

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The User assumes responsibility associated with making test measurements, adjustments, parts replacements and any other action necessary to perform any recommended procedures. It is the responsibility of the User to ask for clarification if a recommendation is not fully understood, including the risks and hazards associated with the recommended procedures.