View single post by KCMan
 Posted: Wed Jun 15th, 2005 03:09 am
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Joined: Thu Jun 9th, 2005
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The FINAL Chapter!


Note the assembly of the washer!  Note the clothes plastered to the side of the spinner basket!

You guys made it possible.  You stuck with me and kept poking me in the right direction.  I went out to the old Snap On box and retrieved a pair of spreader-type snap ring pliers.  I used them to force the cam in the spin/brake release direction.  As I started to try to move the transmission, there was a serious "snap" and suddenly everything worked.  I still do not know what broke loose, but, with things moving as you had described when I put reasonable torque in the spin direction, the transmission turned reliably.  I reassembled everything and ran a load through.  NO PROBLEMS!!!

Thank you, Thank You, THANK YOU!!  You guys are the best!  Have one on me!  :gulp:


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