Question about Electrolux Washing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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If you mean the inner drum - remove the agitator, pull off the sofetener cup and remove the 15mm bolt down inside to remove agitator, then secure inner drum to center bearing.
If you mean the outer drum, check the holding down springs visually, remove the front panel by inserting a flat blade approx 4" from each side at the front to release clips, then remove 2 small bolts to remove front panel.
Also check and replace drive belt, tilt machine backwards to gain access underneath.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
its a matter of removing the front retaining wire and the inner one which holds it onto the drum, an easy enough job to get off, sometimes a pain to get the inner off and on depending whether it s the screw or clamp type , screw=easy. to get the clamp off use a screwdriver to wiggle the bent wire out of the ratchet grooves. to put back is done with long nose pliers, preferably bent nose ones.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
You would need a special adhesive glue made to withstand the heat! But I wouldn't try. Not even Red Green's Duct tape notion could bail this issue. You would have to replace the complete seal. And that...you're probably looking...around $30-50.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
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Welcome to FixYa.
Based on the info you provided in your post, I'd suspect the rear tub/outer tub bearing has failed/worn out.
That in itself is bad enough, but worse is the bearing failing will cause much more collateral damage usually to the inner basket spider gear as well as the inside of the front part of the outer shell.
The reality is you can repair it, but you'll likely need to replace a great deal of parts such as what is shown here...
1) rear bearing outer tub assembly
2) front part of tub assembly. Part #3551ER0003H...no longer available according to "searspartsdirect.com"
3) Inner basket spider gear assembly
And lastly, (but not necessarily) based on the info of the statment "There is a bit of rubber that has come down between the regular seal and drum" you may need the door bellows/gasket.
As you can begin to see there is alot involved. I can guide you step by step on "how to" both access this and repair it, but I think you'd be better served if I send you a complete service manual for your washer, it's up to you...whatever you think will best serve you.
You will need to provide an email address I can attach the "pdf" service manual to if you decide you indeed want it. I'll watch for your post and we can go from there.
Thank's for visiting FixYa today. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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