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LSR6132HQ1 inner tub removal


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#1 jermitts

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Posted 10 February 2011 - 04:18 PM

Correction: "SPIN BASKET": Can someone please remind me how to get this tub loose from the drive shaft? I've got the spanner nut off, and I've done it before, but it seems like there is something I've forgotten.

Doesn't the tub slide over the block with the split in it that the spanner nut was on? I've been beating and pulling for a day with no progress. And I've also tried beating and pulling on the washing machine. :)

Yes, I searched-- I'm sure this has come up a million times-- but I'm not sure what the generic term for my LSR6132HQ1 is...


And yeah, I've "beat the hell out of it." :)


Jeremy

Edited by jermitts, 10 February 2011 - 04:29 PM.


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Posted 10 February 2011 - 04:30 PM

This video will shows you how to get that sucker out:



#3 jermitts

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Posted 10 February 2011 - 05:00 PM

Well, I did figure out the problem. It all started a month ago when I was riding my horse bareback, started to loose my balance a little, and dug in with a foot. The result was a well trained horse doing exactly what I had well trained him to do, which was to turn and gallop, subsequently leaving me airborne for a moment and experiencing momentum turning to force as I hit a wall with my shoulder. Rookie move. The result was a broken arm, dislocated shoulder, and surgery to put it all back together.

The step that the video left out at 2:25 was

"remove the inner tub by [finding a competent and able-bodied person who can grab both sides and then] lifting it straight up."

I asked my 14-year old son to grab each side and "lift straight up". It popped right off like it wasn't anything at all.

Now I owe him a dollar, and the Samurai a beer...

Thank you, Grand Master


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