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 Posted: Mon Dec 26th, 2005 06:09 pm
   
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Remove the outer cabinet

Remove the agitator

Then take the plastic top off the tub

Remove the big nut(spanner nut) that holds the spin basket to the drive block. You can use a hammer and a chisel to spin the nut off (or whatever you can make work). It's a normal thread(lefty loosey, righty tighty)

Remove the basket and drive block. Make take some effort and time.

Remove the hose to the air dome

remove the hose from the pump to the tub

remove the screws that hold the suspension spring mounts to the tub.

Pull the tub strait up and out. It does help if you clean the shaft above the tub seal first. You'll want that all clean anyway for the installation of the tub with the new seal in it.

When you do put it back together, you can use some liquid soap as a lubricant for installing the new seal.

I think that's everything.

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 Posted: Mon Dec 26th, 2005 06:15 pm
   
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Once the spanner nut is off, the only thing holding the basket (and drive block) in is the accumulated soap, rust, and mechanical pressure. It can take some serious pounding, pushing, pulling, ect.... to get the damn thing off.



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 Posted: Mon Dec 26th, 2005 06:18 pm
   
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"and was about to put a wheel puller on the steel drum"

A cool idea if you can get a grip on it. Just don't damage the spin basket, they are kind of expensive.

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