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Need help putting drum back in place

Can not get drum back in place, I think it has came loose from the plate behind the drum , Please help

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The tub rear shaft goes into a rear bearing inside the middle of the heater housing it has to be just right aligned to go in to the hole be patient and you can get it to align
you do have to remove the frount panel to get it to line up

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