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Exploded view of Berings and washer HELP ME!!! GE WSM2700W

My GE WSM2700W had a bad seal and was leaking froom the bottom of the tub.
I pulled it apart and found the damaged parts bering, tub seal .
So
I bought the parts, it took a while to get them.
I am having a hard time figuring out thr order that the seals go back on.
I need an exploded view of the shaft and seals. The only ones I find are too small to see exactly what goes where!
Anyone know where I can go online to find this info!!
Help! Help! the wife is making me take cloths to the laundrymat


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Go to appliancepartpros.com and type in your complete model number. There are some excellent exploded view diagrams of your entire unit, complete with part numbers. Another source you can try is searspartsdirect.com. I hope this helps you.

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