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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: not sure how the spring
http://laundry.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/lg/lg_washer_product_list.html Go to this sight and find your manual and the directions should be there
Posted on May 07, 2011
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I don't think this has the detail you need.
If it were me I'd visit my friendly neighborhood Husky chainsaw seller (not Big Box Store) and ask to look at the clutch cover with the brake installed (take a camera). I'd probably ask for a quote for their repair too. HTH
Your model is no longer sold. The seller will know what model replaced it and may be willing to explain the repair procedure for your saw you. Take the cover and loose parts with you.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
I agree that it is the wheel assembly that's broken. However, my wheel assembly broke in a different place, so I bought a replacement part for $20 or so. I have never figured out how to swap it out...
After a few attempts, I believe it will require some major dismantling and not just a simple part-swap.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
This spring can be very confusing to install. It slides onto the wheel assembly near where the attaching pin is longer ( there are flat protrusions on both sides of the wheel assembly). One end of the spring pushes up on the assembly when it is in place, and the free end must be pulled down and inserted into the small slot in the bottom of the base. Pull down on the shorter end of the spring, holding the longer end, and slide it onto the round area on the wheel assembly. As you put the wheels back on, pull on the longer end and insert it into the slot in the base.
Posted on Jan 24, 2011
There are a few places that specilize in restoring vintage places i have included a google search link for some of them and perhaps they can help ya find that handle
Many others could be found by searching either vintage or antique appliance parts
Good luck i hope this helps ya,
Posted on Sep 18, 2011
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