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Steps to change rear drum bearing. I have the parts kit but would like a step by step instruction to get to the part, change it and get back.

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Hi,

Click on the link below to be taken to a page that should help you see the blow-up diagram for your model and how the parts go together:

http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/modelsearch.aspx?model=DSXH43EAWW

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