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Putting inside back together

I took the inside apart piece by piece to see if I had a clog. Found the mechanism was not rotating between the motor and tub. I think I found the problem but now it doesn't seem to be going back together correctly. Do you know the order the parts go in? The main one I'm having an issue with is round about 2" in diameter. It is flat on one side and has teeth on the other. Where exactly does it go and does it go teeth up or down?

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  • cluellen9313 Dec 05, 2008

    I found a diagram of the inside on the frigidare website. Thanks anyway.

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I found the company website. There is a section on parts. In this section it gave you a schematic diagram of the inside. Very easy to put back together with a picture!!!

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