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My Kenmore Elite top loader washing machine is not spinning well

There is a burning rubber smell. If this is a belt, how do I replace it? Is there a picture on-line to show how?

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USUALLY ITS A BROKEN COUPLER TOP 15 YRS AND NEWER DO NOT HAVE BELTS

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