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OEM Drive coupler vs Off Brand coupler. Looking for a sloppy motor shaft during replacement.

Posted by applianceman97, 29 January 2014 · 356 views

For the non direct drive whizzes. Here's what i found on one of my latest service calls. This drive coupler was changed (The other used appliance store said) 4 months ago. This shows the difference between an OEM heavy duty coupler and an off brand junker! If your burning through couplers you could have a wore out motor shaft. The end of this video shows a wore out shaft and how to tell that you have one. The only way to fix a wore out motor shaft is to replace the motor.






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Replacement drive motor Part number: AP2907974

Part number: AP2907974

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