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Bearing bad? spin cycle is loud, appears the bearing is bad. how hard to replace?

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Very hard. You have to remove the tub...parts are expensive and usually not worth the head ache. But if you are up to it there is a owners manual inside the machine to aid in the repair, codes, and other problems you may encounter.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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