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Found bearing while changing belt

We found a bearing while changing the belt on our Kenmore HD Washing Machine. Can't find where it goes. Can you please tell me the possible place for it.

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I think what you are talking about is a spacer it goes under one of the 9/16 botls there should be three of these and if you look you should see a gap where the spacer should be let me know how you make out

Posted on Sep 14, 2007

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