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 Posted: Mon Nov 1st, 2010 12:04 am
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I am trying to replace my bearing............Any one know how to do this??

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Anyone??? Feel free to give ANY info, I would rather read than tear something off that I don't need to.

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Not sure if you have the right diagram, Mine looks very similar except the one you show looks like the shaft goes thru the level shock and mine does NOT. Also the diagram shows the bearing NOT on the shaft. That me thinks it is removable.

I have had nothing but trouble trying to find the exact model number because it is a machine made by Frigidaire( I believe) in the US then shipped to Canada where Sears Canada give it a different sticker and model number.  Sears Is usually noted for good quality ( but crappy with service and customer service) but yet everything I have read about Fridgidaire front load washers is NOT good.

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the rear bearingS (there are 2) are not considered servicable parts, you cant order them from frigidaire or sears

there is also a water seal in there that has to be replaced too

our shop was sourcing the bearing and seal assemblies from a brearing supplier and changing them, we have discontinued doing this as we expierienced a very high failure rate when doing this

the shaft is part of the inner basket, it can only be ordered as a complete spin tub assembly

 



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