Thank You all for the valuable information. I guess I should have taken a step back and looked some more at how to get it apart. I was there to fix the dishwasher; that's my excuse I guess, always room to improve My intuition says it's the stepper motor. Plus the paddles aren't available in town. I'll go back with a motor in hand and this help from my friends here. Thanks.
That's it from inside the basket. Underneath the tub assembly are about six bolts threaded into the tub; they hold item #302 in place. Get those off and then you will be at the point of the shaft rusted in. Try some penetrating oil, a lot of heat, and a big sledge hammer and pipe; eventually it may come apart. I quote a new basket, tub and support on these when the center seal is leaking. Search this forum for "gtup*" to see other posts.
You could buy a new set of springs like above; they have a sheet metal screw in each one to keep the upper end from backing off the spring. They also come with screws and locktite to attach them to the washer base more securely; they need to be stable, top, middle and bottom. Look for cracked mounting holes where they attach to the washer tub tri-pod support. If the holes in the base are stripped, it's a good idea to add some half inch nuts to the bottom. Don't bother with the self locking ones though(notice in the picture the threads aren't long enough to engage the locking part of the nut). Just torque them down very snugly to the base.
And finally, did you notice in the other post the washer base comes out of the unit? No need to have the whole unit in the open. The job is doable with access to the front of the laundry center.
The 5/16 connection closest to the rear of fridge goes to the filter inlet; the line is brown to match the brown solenoid it goes to. The other 5/16 line from the filter gets connected closest to the front of the fridge. The remaining 5/ 16 leading through the door hinge to the dispenser and the 1/4 inch line to the icemaker are connected to the tandem solenoids at the middle of the valve assembly.