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Bad bearing The bearing behind the motor is bad. I have the bearing out. My question is is their any other parts that could make the bearing go bad or is their another bearing behind the drum that the drum needs to be removed?

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The are 2 bearings on this machine, usually the large bearing with the seal goes first , the seal leaks and water gets into the bearing causing the noise, like a plane taking off on the spin cycle. Bearings will go bad from natural wear and tear. 5-7 years need to replace them.

always repalce as a set, large and small bearing and new seal.

dont for get to pack the new bearings will grease.

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If the bearings are rusted or seized u need to change main seal near bearings. was it noisy b4 you looked at bearings?could be broken spider that holds bowl.please reply if u need more help

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