I'm a big time Kenmore fan! If you're looking for kenmore parts, the most important thing here is to find the part of this article that applies to you, because kenmore makes refrigerators, freezers, vacumms, washers, sewing machines, etc.- and people need kenmore parts for all those appliances!
If'n you didn't know, Kenmore is part of Sears, and has been around for more than 75 years, it's the number one selling brand of home appliances, and it gets big kudos from homemakers and from consumer magazines.
Kenmore appliances are built to last, and that means that somebody, at some point, is going to need some Kenmore parts. Whether you're the unfortunate husband stuck at home on the weekend making the wife happy, the even less fortunate single mom trying to fix it yourself, or the used appliance store owner trying to get it ready to sell, you need Kenmore parts to do it.
Now, like many big companies, Sears/Kenmore doesn't have their act together online. If you go to the Kenmore website, even if you use their search bar, you're not going to find any Kenmore parts. Nope, their brilliant web designers didn't figure out that kenmore parts is a popular google search, and they didn't set up their website to help you out.
So, chances are, you're going to have to go somewhere else for your Kenmore parts. Can you just go to your local Home depot or Lowe's? I mean, it's not necessarily easy to get in and out of one of those places, but at least you feel like you're doing something!
Well, no, you can't get it at Home Depot, but at Lowe's, you're in luck - they have at least some Kenmore parts- not everything.... but if you can't deal with buying your part online and waiting, check out Lowes' website. I don't mind saying that, either, because Lowe's seems better at customer service than HD... and if they aren't going to be in the customer service business, then they should operate online only. Just my humble opinion.
Alrighty. Now, if you happen to be looking for Kenmore parts for your Kenmore sewing machine, I have some important advice for you. Watch out for the Singer snobs- they'll tell you Singer makes the best sewing machines, and all that, but these "songbirds" are usually wimps, and if your instinct was to buy a Kenmore, chances are you're tougher and I think you can take them. So as soon as they show you where the Kenmore parts are, find the biggest one and knock 'em upside the head with it. Then ask them if they still feel like singing, or if they want some (ken)more.
But probably, you're looking for something more manly like Kenmore parts for your BBQ Grill. You probably don't just need a tarp/cover, because you could get that somewhere locally- you probably need some annoying little Kenmore part that isn't available at the Lowe's... a part that was created by a sadistic, antisocial, cookout-hating product designer as part of his secret quest to terrorize homeowners, just because he can't afford a home of his own, or no one wanted to come to his cookout that one time.
Well, you'll show him! You'll get your Kenmore part and invite all the neighbors... um, well some of the neighbors, and you'll have an awesome cookout and take pictures and send a letter to the Kenmore product design team telling them how awesome your cookouts are and how happy you are with your Kenmore grill and make sure you include a picture of your beautiful wife kissing you on your smiling cheek as you hold up an impaled, steaming hunk of ribeye. I can just see that twerp cowering angrily in his cubicle, plotting his next dastardly design. "Foiled again!" he inevitably mutters. And you, with your rib eye and your wife and your perfect Kenmore parts, couldn't be happier.
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