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Are you able to replace drum bearings on this machine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: replace drum bearing
To complete this repair correctly and to prevent problem re occuring within months you must change the inner drum spider at the same time as the bearing kit, otherwise you are wasting your time, to complete the repair if you have not done one before will take you aprox 1 to 3 hours depending on space available and practicle ability, here goes, remove lid and outer case from machine to do this remove bolts on lower back and two side bolts (under small white covers) remove bolts along top edges both sides on top of macnine, remove cabinet, remove motor, remove hoses, remove heater and thermostat wires, noting location for refitting, remove suspension leg pins and lift outer drum assembly complete fron lower frame, split two halves of outer drum by removing bolts around centre seem, split drum in two, remove drum pully, refit pully bolt and drift inner drum out having put nut back on drum spider thread to avoid flaring shaft, using hammer knock shaft through bearings, then using a chisel or similer object knock out bearings and seal, reverse process refitting new bearins and spider, make sure to replace centre outer drum seal, as these are prone tro leaking I suggest you also seal with a layer of clear silicon, and problems contact me again, not really a job for a novice. Good Luck you will need it. Regards Advisor
Posted on Aug 30, 2007
that is the bearing and it is not feasible to fix it is about a 2 hr job for a technician so it wouldnt be something you want to tackle I guess I am saying out with the old and in with the new sorry for the giver of bad news
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
remove rear cover of washer, locate and remove belt.
Unfasten motor ,disconnet motor lead, and remove motor.
Brushes are located at opp end to motor pulley.
Replace if less than 5mm long.
Plz rate my solution.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Its been a while since I changed beko but here goes.......... Put the machine on its side (soapbox side down, This prevents excess water from the soapbox dribbling into the PCB and creating a further problem). There is an opening at the bottom of the machine in which you will see the motor. On each side of the motor will be the brushes each with a connecting spay-tag, gently take of the spay tag with long nose pliers (not grabbing the wire) and change the brush. VERY IMPORTANT.....each brush is angled and it is important you replace the correct brush eg. left hand brush to left hand etc. or else when you goto wash the next time you will simply hear a bang and have to price a new motor. I highly recommend when you take each brush off do it slowly noting its angle and replace the new one at the same angle. Wfen done replace the spay tag. I am presuming you know to do this when the machine is fully powered off and plugged out. Happy Fixing.
Posted on May 07, 2009
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