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I need to replace the bearing--how do I get it off??

I have removed the bolt in the back and the also the three bolts on the next level--bearing is still attached but I can't figure out how and don't want to just start taking apart thing that really shouldn't be messed with--Any suggestions? Repair man not finacially a choice.

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I have the same problem, repair guy came and said that the main bearing is permanently fixed to the outer tub, so it all needs replacement. I have read horrible reviews about this problem, my machine is only two years old and I'm thinking that I am going to toss it instead of fixing it!

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