Question about Washing Machines
Look under each side if the control panel on the bottom. There you will find 2 1/4 inch screws....unscrew these about 6 full turns...this lowers the hooks that hold control panel in place...it is hinged and will flip down...sometimes you have to pry it down gently!
Once the panel is down you disconnect the white wire connector going to the door switch and remove the 2 screws holding the front cover on....then carefully lift up on the front cover to unhook it from the 2 hooks on top...kind of slides up and out. The tub is going to stay inside and drop down...the front cover supports the tub. At this time you can remove the tub and clean out all the lint...(recommended)
Putting the front cover back on is a little tricky...you have get it attached on the top hooks and then pick up on the tub to put it on the bearing ring in the front cover ..then put the 2 screws back in...3 hands are nice to have now.
Let me know if you need any further help. Thank you and have a good day.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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