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Sears name:model 417.44102300

1 of the shock absorber stabilizers' broke. I replaced the set but it now spins off-balance. Trying to take out the drum to check inside, but I can't find the spring that holds the door boot bellows in place. So the whole drum is just hanging by the boot. Any idea how to get the boot off the drum, or at least off the front panel? Thank you.

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Re: Sears name:model 417.44102300

Its glued on take a razor blade and carfully cut the glue between the front panel and the boot

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