Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
David From Washington Crossing, PA
Sep 18, 2007
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Replaced pump without disassembling the cabinet or disconnecting motor or any other parts.
Disconnected power, drain, hot and cold water lines. drained lines to pail before taping to top of unit.
Tipped the unit to a 45 Deg. angle, leaning the top side edge onto a stool so that pump presented well at the raised bottom edge.
Removed hose clamps at pump suction and discharge ports and drained water into a shallow soaking pan. Kept clamps on hoses to facilitate reinstallation of pump.
Removed spring clamps at front and rear of pump housing.
Wiggled motor shaft away from coupling in pump. This is a friction fit, so no parts removal was required and no parts "come loose" in the process.
Wiggled new pump housing onto the motor shaft after checking square shaft alignment with respect to square female coupling on pump.
Pushed and twisted hose ends onto pump suction and discharge ports, then pulled spring clamps down over hose ends at pump ports.
Reset spring clamps so that they were aligned and square with pump ports. Reconnected power, drain, hot and cold water line connections.
Washer ran as before but without leaks this time.
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Part Number: PS342505