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Tim Humbert

Frigidare washer/dryer comb model LCE752L-W-2

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Leaking pump. Replacement pump doesn't seem to be avaialable. I need to find out how to remove the pump so  that I can determine if there are seals that can be replaced in the pump.

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Thanks a TON! Ordered a pump on E-bay. Any tips on how to remove the old pump ?

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If it has been leaking a long time, the pump may be stuck on the motor shaft .You may have to break the old pump off and sand or file down the motor shaft because the motor shaft could also be full of rust.

Edited by Scottthewolf

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That's what it seems; stuck to the motor shaft. Spring clips and hoses (which I've disconnected, appear to be the only thing securing the pump to the motor. I didn't want to break the pump up but, that seems inevitable.

Thanks for the help

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