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I took the transmission out and it won't go allthe way back in.

It acts like the the clutch is sitting too high. I need an exploded view of the inside of the transmission.

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For an exploded view of the inside of the WASHER, go to either or Just type in your COMPLETE model number and both sites will have what you're looking for. I do not know any where that would have an exploded view of the inside of the transmission, as these units are not normally repaired by the consumer. They are replaced as a whole assembly. If you have questions, please let me know. I hope this helps you.

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

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    Jeff Rockwell Jan 31, 2009

    "Thanks for Trying?" All you requested was WHERE you could find exploded view drawings of your washing machine. You did not include a model number so I could verify the information, nor did you follow up with comments about whether or not it was a simple matter of needing to view the washer interior, or the internal components of the transmission. The two websites I referenced are notorious for having helpful illustrations with extensive parts listings. I further explained to you that these transmissions are normally NOT repairable at the consumer level. If they are non-functioning, they are normally sold and replaced as an entire assembly. Since I was certified to work on these model washers, I know this, because I used to have to order the parts for them. Did you view the websites that I had mentioned? If so, did you find what you were looking for? If not, did you need further assistance? Did you have questions? The last sentence I wrote to you, requested that "if you have questions, to please let me know". Communication from the consumer is essential to be able to come to a viable solution to correct your problem. Feedback, rather than adverse ratings with no comments, would have been a more constructive way of trying to resolve your problem.



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