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No power-burn smell/smoke

I am trying to get the motor out..do I have to remove the outer tub?What's the easiest way? Is it worth replacing the motor?

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Billyjoe, you can remove the front panel, puddy knife on each side of the top front, the panel will lift out toward you. Now you can get a look at the motor and glides. If you tilt the washer back you can get a look at the belt and pulleys. You want to make sure that the motor is the problem before replacing it. Catriver..post back.

Posted on Sep 28, 2006

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