You still have the retaining ring that holds the pulley onto the clutch shaft. Grab the clip on the bottom of the clutch with needle nose pliers and whack the pliers with a hammer to get it off. Then pull the pulley off the motor shaft. You might need a puller as they can get stuck on the motor shaft. Remove the retaining clip that holds the clutch to the pulley and remove the clutch. Now you can get the pulley welded back together. Your going to have to get that weld line nice and smooth, otherwise it's going to eat the belt up. Put it all back together and install the clip and you should be good to go. GE always says that the clip must be replaced but if you remove it like I suggested rather than trying to bend it to get it off, you can reuse it. Iv'e done it that way and never had a problem with the clip coming off.
This photo shows just the clutch shaft installed onto the motor shaft. The bottom clip holds the clutch to the motor shaft, the groove in the clutch shaft receives the retaining ring that holds the pulley to the clutch shaft.
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