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How do you get to the motor coupling?

Whirlpool model 6lsc9245hqo we have removed machine casing. can you help please?

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    Part of the clutch has come loose .I need to know how to strip down the machine to replace the complete clutch assembly.

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Once you have removed casing,removr two clips that hold pump on and hold pump to one side then two more clips hold the motor on remove them and the motor will come off (undo the motor plug and two wires to motor cap).then you have access to the drive coupling.

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