No Diagram here. Just a short note from my previous installation.
- Unplug the washer from the electric outlet - Remove two screws and open the front panel - Disconnect electric wire socket from the motor - Clear tension from existing belt by pulling it toward the back and unseat it - remove two water hoses from a water pump, be prepare to catch water - unscrew 4 screws that hold the motor - Take the whole motor/water pump/pulley piece out, the belt will come with it - put the piece on the floor up side down, so that the water pump is on top - unscrew the water pump using trox 20 (3 screws) - with the water pump out, the belt can be remove, remember how it go between legs of the water pump - put the new belt in, make sure it go it the same way as the old one - reinstall water pump - loose the spring that tight up the pulley by unhooking it - put the motor back to it place - route the new belt, then tight it up by hooking the spring back - reinstall hoses to the water pump - reconnect electric socket to motor - test run, cover the front panel - done
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take the bottom panel out(2 screws) then the upper panel out(its clips) now the pump need to take off the shaft 3 screws then you can put the new belt in it with tention from the pully roller... try to see if there are video for that in youtube...good luck not so EZ to do :(
To replace the belt on your Amana washer, pull the unit forward then tilt the top of it back to about a 45 degree angle. Once you get the right angle, the unit will rest against the wall behind it instead of falling forward. Take your new belt (availble through local appliance parts stores or on line from the manufactures web site) and first put it in the track around the large pulley, then the track on the smaller pulley on the right. Lastly, the pulley on your left should be moveable. Move the final pulley so that you can get the belt over it. It will then move back to a tensioning position.