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Samsung wd9652c8w washing machine tub bearing nos?

I want to know the bearing nos. & water seal no.for my washing machine model no.WD9652C8W

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Hi Purnachandra.
If you intend doing a repair job yourself you probably only need to contact the distributor of Samsung parts and ask for the individual parts by name.
You should also consider replacing the shaft which is attached to the inner drum. This can become damaged and will not give a good seal..
Try Googling your model number for a parts distributor in your area.
Good luck.
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