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 Posted: Tue Nov 9th, 2010 01:11 pm
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I am about 99% positive that I need to replace my drum bearings.  I have a squeak that is located in the middle of the drum, on the back of the unit.

I am also about 99% sure that I have no clue how to get to it.  I tried to take the unit apart last night to get to it, and was unsuccessful.  I took the top off, the control panel, ever screw down the back, and still couldn't get the unit to open up.

Any help on how to do this?  After playing a little last night I thought that maybe I actually need to come from inside the drum and remove the back stainless steel panel.

If this is in fact the problem, is there anything else I should replace while I am at it?

Can anyone tell me how to get to the bearings?

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If you have the top off, look down the front panel, inside,  there are two screws holding the front panel on............. Remove the front panel,  reach around the drum, under-side and to the right and remove the belt.................... pull the drum forwards and out.....................  order kit ......WE25M40 from repairclinic $ apx $44 and change,............Two  cans on the Beer-O-Meter..................................P.S. put the screws back into the rear panel first.................

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Drum bearing kit part link==> http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=3323



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