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follow the clutch cable down till you come to a rubber boot slide the boot up loosen the 9/16 jam nut and 1/2 nut then go down and remove clutch cover there is a 11/16 nut and an allen bolt hold the allen and loosen the nut then turn the allen in until it lightly seats then back out 1/2 to one full turn hold and tighten the 11/16 nut replace cover go to the cable and adjust the 1/2 nut until there is 1/16-1/8 in freeplay at the clutch lever pull lever in at least three times to seat the throw out bearing then tighten the 9/16 jam nut pull boot down test ride good luck
Hi there.....unless your exerienced in this area...id advise you to seek expert help...the drive wheel securing bolt is of the torx type and requires a secial torx key to remove it....you will find that the outter drum has a series of torx headed screws around it which have to be removed and then the drum split...only after this has been completed and the inner drum removed will you have access to.the bearings.......
Sounds like the main drum bearings have gone, if you hold the the drum and can feel up and movement or it sounds noisy or rough when you turn it by hand then it is definately bearings gone.
Unless you know what you are doing ,I would not recommend a D.I.Y. repair.
possible you have some red clothing in the gap between the tub and drum - there is nothing in the machine to cause red stains to check, remove rear half of cabinet, remove heater (held by 1 10mm nut which just loosen and prize out heater) you can then see into the gap between tub and drum. shine in a torch and rotate drum by hand to see if you can spot anything. disconnect from mains first