Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair30 - 60 mins
Age of Appliance5 - 10 years
erik From san jose, CA
Feb 04, 2010
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lt7000xv - washer/dryer stack
removed the center panel between the dryer and washer.
unplugged the machine
removed the two clips to release the top/lid.
slid the top/lid assembly off
removed the small metal stability corner cross piece.
removed the top two screws of the front panel
lifted the front panel up and away (if it feels stuck, just put some muscle into it)
unplugged the wiring harness from the motor
removed the two big bolts at the bottom front that secure the tub in place
to be able to pull the tub out...
reached behind and to the right to remove the pressure hose
released the wiring from the tub
released the drain hose from its clip
pulled out the tub far enough so i could work on the motor.
on the motor, unscrewed and removed the two clips (top/bottom) to gain access to the coupling.
replaced old with new.
i thought lining everything up so i could slip the motor back on would be difficult since its tough to see where the teeth on the coupling are going, but it was kind to me and fit into place on the first try.
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Part Number: PS1485646