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HEY, I got the washer going. Smoooooth running with some luck it will hold out for awhile. If anyone needs to know what or how I fixed it I would be glad to help. Basically I just built the worn area up a little at a time with J-B weld. Got to the right diameter then put a small skim amount on it before assembly. Takes about 3 days to do this cause the J-B stuff needs 24 hour dry time. Sanding in between coats with emery to smooth it out.
When your poor you learn how to fix things always had a knack at fixing things since I was little.
Thanks again for the help and those awesome bearings and seal.
Hi, I have an update on trying to get warranty coverage for my SS drum.I ran into roadblock after roadblock trying to get warranty coverage for the SS drum. It seems the only way to get coverage was to pay for service call so I reluctantly set up appointment. The A&E/Sears technician could not have [...]
Hi,Thank you for your excellent service and for what I never bargained, your expert advise. You gave me the right tools to handle the corporation and the right parts for the washer. With some persistence and Sears did live up to their word and warrantied the drum plus shipped it to my home, at no [...]
Hi, The reason for this is two fold. First, the appliance manufacturers have never made these sets available because they want to sell the whole rear tank for $300 to $600 and secondly, we were one of the first to offer a full range of bearing and seal kits.We spent over two years buying front load [...]
Hi,Our quality ball bearings meet ABEC 1 standards. They are high speed electric motor grade bearings. The same bearings we have been using in our own business for 6 years without any issues. That is why we have stayed with them. We have installed over 500 of these sets. So we understand why you don't [...]