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This washer needs center bearing and seal.
is W10435302 correct for this washer?

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Edited by Samurai Appliance Repair Man

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O.K.<br />I dont see that bearing on the diagram, or maybe I just dont know what I'm looking at.<br />Also I noticed that the installation tool is NLA.<br />Can this job still be done without the tool?<br />Does anyone have a copy of the installation instructions?

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I have that tool. I used it to install W10435302. Is that also tool for 285203?

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No the W10447783 bearing install tool is only for the W10435302 shaft/bearing/seal kit.

 

The 285203 is the the spin bearings in the support of the direct drive washer, they use to have two special

tools one to remove the bearings and the other to reinstall bearings on the old Whirlpool belt drive machines,

I believe the same two tools could be used on the direct drive bearings.

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While attempting to replace the center bearing and seal kit on a Whirlpool Cabrio recently I got to the step where the inner tub is supposed to be lifted up and removed in order to access the bearing underneath...but no matter how I tried, that tub was not coming up. In that situation, does that mean the inner tub would need to be replaced? Or did I just need to pull harder? The video makes it look like the tub should pull up fairly easily.

Trevor

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Thank you, Samurai! That was very informative, and I will be adding this bit of wisdom to my arsenal.

Trevor

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