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Tony Fuentes

Can someone help me understand how this tool works? (Spring Removal Tool)

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I'm going to be repairing a few Maytag washers soon and I can't seem to grasp how this tool works. I've read instructions on how it supposed to work but for some reason I can't seem to visualize it. Anyone know of any videos that might help? 

 

Spring removal tool Part number: AP5634178

Part number: AP5634178

Edited by Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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There is a you tube video of a transmission change  that shows them in action.

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page 24, procedure 14 shows how to use the spring removal tool. Oops, see next post.

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Tried to upload the manual, took too long.

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They work so good I am tempted to get one and give up my redneck technique of spring removal, "Stretch the spring out and jam a metal electrical box in the coils."

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There is a you tube video of a transmission change  that shows them in action.

 

I've searched youtube high and low. A link would earn you automatic hero status! 

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There is a you tube video of a transmission change  that shows them in action.

 

FOUND IT! Didn't think to search youtube for "maytag transmission change". Thanks very much. 

 

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Ask and ye shall receive: I just happened to have POS Maytag Washer and a spring removeal tool handy ... and a bit of free time:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBK88FEV278&feature=youtu.be

 

Mind. Blown. Was thinking to myself after posting this thread "There's no way someone is going to make a video of this for me." Happy to be proven wrong. THANK YOU!

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Looks easy, more difficult than it shows.    Wait to you do the back side.    I always tilt the tub to the spring I am working on.

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lol - true enough.  Still WAY easier than using an electrical outlet box ... or vicegrips.  

 

Looks easy, more difficult than it shows.    Wait to you do the back side.    I always tilt the tub to the spring I am working on.

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