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The springs have come off the secure the drum. need picture/ drawing of how they go on. Two of the springs are the same and one is lighter gauge, narrower and longer. any help would be greatly appreciated

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  • jkurtz589 Dec 30, 2010

    the only # I can find is 3361901. Hope this helps

  • jkurtz589 Dec 30, 2010

    where will I find the model #?

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Maybe this website with the photos of the routing of the belt will help
Give it a try.
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Posted on Dec 31, 2010

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Could you please send me the model number of your machine and i can send you the schematics of your machine thanks again Rick

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    Rick Ead Dec 31, 2010

    usually when you open the door will be on a small sticker. That is not the correct model number

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    please message me back the correct model number or if you would like i could pull up any old kenmore elite and use that but i would need your permission first I await your reply thanks again

    Rick

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    please message me back the correct model number or if you would like i could pull up any old kenmore elite and use that but i would need your permission first I await your reply thanks again

    Rick

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If you could post your model number I will be able to get you a exploded diagram of the machine.

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    Richard Roth Dec 31, 2010

    The narrow long one goes on the bottom back base frame to the bottom of the tub on the rear mount. The other short thick one goes either on the left, front, or right side of the tub base assembly depending on which one come off. Here is a diagram.

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