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Harmony Profile washer

Spin cycle sounds like a jet engine. It sounds like there may be something underneath the center plate. Is this plate removable. It seems to be working fine, but the center plate is not rotation. I have removed the plastic cap which exposeed a bolt, but cannot remove the center plate. Any ideas? Thank you

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Re: Harmony Profile washer

Hi: If you can put the machine to it side down and remove the motor rotor assembly with a 15/16" socket and pull gently to put appart the rotor and with a 5/16" socket remove the clutch assembly you can see if the center gear is broken. Let me know

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