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Drum tilting where do you bolt the stableizer on the bottom of the tub to keep it from tilting.

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remove soap drawer and remove screws you can see behind it then remove fascia, then undo the door seal and plinth cover ,then remove front panel.
then remove dispensor hose from tub, go to the back remove sump hose and motor and wiring to element then remove top front sub frame and undo the top and bottom weights then remove the pins that hold the suspension legs to the tub lift off the springs and the tub is free.
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Don't order any spares until you've stripped it down. See below:
  • Make some space, unplug, unplumb, drain, remove top and rear panel.
  • Remove bolt holding rotor onto splined shaft.
  • Push down on top of tub to make the rotor more accessible then pull it off the shaft. Be aware that hefty magnets in rotor tend to pull it back on. Beware - strong magnetic fields!
  • Disconnect cables running to stator (that rather impressive ring of coils) and remove the six bolts which attach it to the tub.
  • Do NOTremove the 23 bolts which go through the steel plate at back of tub into polypropylene tub itself. I did - nothing happens!
  • Disconnect cables running to heater element and thermocouple (temp sensor) at bottom of tub. Remove second nut and ease out element.
  • Remove sprung wire which holds the rubber bellows to the front of the machine (the "port hole"). Leave it attached to the tub but fold the rubber into the drum so it's out of the way.
  • Disconnect rubber tube connecting the tub to the pump. I found it easier to remove it at the pump side
  • Disconnect pipes connecting the soap dispenser drawer to the tub. This is easiest at the tub side.
  • There is a long tube, about 1cm diameter running from an air chamber near the bottom of the tub to a pressure sensor (to monitor water level) mounted at the front top right. Disconnect from the pressure sensor.
  • Remove the scew holding said pressure sensor - it will be in the way when you remove tub.
  • Pull out the drawer and remove the two screws holding the soap dispenser. That will be in the way too! Leave hoses connected.
  • Also unscrew the solenoid valves. That's the last thing in your way.
  • Pop out the nylon gizmos which hold the suspension springs where they attach to the cabinet.
  • Note that there are two dampers at the bottom of the machine. They separate into two parts - no need to detach anything.
  • Unless you own a block and tackle it is very difficult to lift the tub vertically out of the cabinet. I layed the machine its right side (looking at the front). Get help, tilt gently and rest on something to protect cabinet paintwork. Remember to leave the door open and to keep the pressure sensor, soap tray, solenoid valves and miscellaneous plumbing cabling and fingers clear as you ease the drum out of the cabinet.
  • Remove bolts, split tub and remove drum.
  • I found the seal was obviously gone and the first bearing was wrecked.
  • Both bearings and the seal are available but I couldn't get the failed ones out (perhaps if I had specialist tools) so I ordered a rear drum including bearings and seal (about £120).
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Two days doing it blind without instructions! More like two hours if I had to do it again.

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hi without further investigation its a bit hit or miss , does the whole tub tilt or is it just the inner drum ?
if its just the inner drum then it sounds like the bearings are on there way out
if its the whole tub then it could be one of the springs that it hangs from or the shock absorber underneath that may have come adrift
hope this helps
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