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 Posted: Sat Oct 23rd, 2010 03:20 am
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The washer was making very loud noise and vibrating in the spin mode. I put in new v-ring and after re assemblage the problem and noise still existed. So I once again start trouble shooting, with the door open, back panel off, pulley and belt off, I start moving the main drum from the front, up and down with my right hand, I was just barely able to see the rear of the outer tub/container compartment, part # 8801165, where the shaft comes through and I spotted movement with the outer bearing container area , the area where the race of the outer/rear bearing sits. The entire circumference of that area of the outer tub, has broke every so slightly. My question is, can I weld that with a tig welder, or should I just scrap the thing, the outer tub assembly is about 350.00 and the unit is 9years old.

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At that cost for the replacement part, you have nothing to lose by attempting the home welding job.



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