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Pump Sleeve and seal for 18" DW (part # 154387601) does not fit

The motor shaft is sleeved with a rectangular plastic piece. The sleeve on the new part can't possibly fit on this shaft. The Sears diagram shows what looks like a hollow sleeve; the new part is hollow on one side and solid on the other. Is there a mistake with this part#???

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    we are having problem inserting new plate fitting parts as we have no diagram

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It is correct, the grooved side goes down towards the motor.
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