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Kenmore 70 Series 110.20702991

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Master -

Are there any tricks to removing and reassembling  the M-T drive coupling on a Kenmore washer that I should possibly be aware?

It looks like you may need to pull the whole M-T assembly, and then separate the two to get the drive coupling off.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Your humble servant - Fishunter

 

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Piece of cake...

If the cabinet is off...

1. Remove the two clips holding the pump to the front of the motor.

2. Pull the pump off the motor shaft and swing it to the left out of you way.

3. Remove the wire harness from the motor

4. Remove the 2 screws and clips that hold the motor on.

5. Pull the motor out

You now have access to the coupling

Nick

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Nick -

Thanks, I will handle it tonight and let you know how it went.

Fishunter -

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