Question about Washing Machines
The junction box is semi circular, through which a small dipole is fitted. two plastic lugs clamp onto a flat aluminium shaft which is grooved except for about 3 cm in the centre, this ungrooved section seems to be what stops the shaft from sliding and the grooved section seems to be what the plastic lugs grip into to prevent the two halves of the box opening.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is the shattered part able to be "recreated" with a bit of superglue or similar? not to use as such, but just so you could take it to any reasonably competent machine shop and get them to copy it in a similar material. Try http://www.tritronicsinc.com/aca.html and they may be able to help with a relatively common replacement part such as this. Another route to go is to try and find a similar model that isn't working and cannibalise - any local domestic electrical repair shop might be worth a try, or internet exchange forums. Good luck
Posted on Feb 17, 2007
Yes, that is the correct belt. The full part number should be 38528040. This is the correct belt and should fit your U5509/U5507.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
SOURCE: Bosch PFZ600E blade clamp
Your best bet is to call a local tool repair center. If you post your location, I can provide you a more detailed referral.
These parts are considered normal wear items and are not that expensive. You may also b e able to order the part from your local Home Depot or Lowe's store too. I carry extras of these for all of mine. I think these were about $5 when I bought them.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
SOURCE: broken e-clip
This is not an easy clip to put in. If you have purchased the thrust bearing kit (part number 12500036) to get the clip it will be helpful but may still be hard to get the clip in. The kit comes with another washer that is thinner, making it slightly easier to install the clip. The reason it is hard to get in; your brake (part num. 35-2948) has worn and as your brake wears the shaft raises and puts more pressure on the clip (which is probably why your clip has broken). I would advise to change the brake and thrust bearing kit. Even after changing both of these the clip can still be a problem to getting on. You will need to use a small screwdriver to pull the transmission shaft down and get one side of the clip in at a time. It is slightly easier with 2 people, one pulling the shaft with a screwdriver and the other putting the clip on. The only problem, changing the brake requires a specialty tool which is about $100. The tool relieves the pressure of the brake spring which is somewhere between 200-400lbs pressure. You may want to call the local repairman on this one unless you don't mind spending this much on a tool and take precautions to relieve the spring correctly.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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