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Washer my washer is very loud all of a sudden on the spin cycle

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  • sn1960 Nov 05, 2008

    can we replace the bearings our self or does it have to be a repair man?

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Ouch generally a bad rear bearing..sound god awfull almost hurting your ears to listen too??? a rear bearin replacement requires inner tub, outer rear tub, new pulley. quite expensive repair, if not covered under a warr. luckily multiple yr warr on part offered by manufactue, id cvall so see what if anything would be covered

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    Ron Coons Nov 05, 2008

    ummm, its real involved of a repair, everything gets disasssembled, as a serviceman thatsdoes this job, id have to say i would not reccommend homeowner try it, and if parts not covered youre looking at about 450 just for parts +shiooing, and if parts covered whirlpool would pnly provide for auth. servicer to put in

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