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Bad bearing Don?t know how to disassemble to get to the bearing

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You have to disassemble the entire washer to get to the bearing. It is the first thing to go into the washer, and the last thing to come out. The springs have to be removed that hold the tub down, the brake needs to be removed with a brake tool as it is under 200 lbs of pressure, so it would be better to have a professional do this job. Everything has to be done correctly or it will leak and the problem will be worse than before.

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