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 Posted: Thu Jun 23rd, 2005 02:55 pm
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Washer model # 26712690 Direct Drive - Will not agitate or spin.  It will drain.  HELP

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You have broken the coupler between the motor and transmission.  Remove the case, pull the pump and motor and replace this coupler.



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Master,  Thanks to your step-by-step pics, I figured out to pull the washer apart.  My next questions:  how do I pull the pump and motor and what does a broken coupler look like?   Thank you ,   Joy

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Look at the last four pics on this page and that should help ya.
http://groups.msn.com/Appliantology/washers.msnw?Page=3

what you are going to do is use a flat blade screw driver and remove two clips holding the pump onto the motor. Leave the hoses hooked up. Tie the pump off to the left with a wire coat hanger to keep it out of the way. Take two more longer clips off that hold the motor in place. Please Make sure the unti is unplugged from the wall. You will see one side of the coupler on the motor shaft and another side of the coupler on the transmission shaft. The rubber may be stuck on either side. You are goingto replace all this and line it all back up and mount it back together and TA DA your done.
another good shot
http://fixitnow.com/appliantology/wplddcoupler.htm



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