Thread Number: 82754  /  Tag: Vintage Automatic Washers
seals on a belt drive whirlpool.
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Post# 1069125   4/24/2020 at 22:35 (1,400 days old) by brandon120601 (Canada )        

i need advice on how to install the 2 uppermost seals on a whirlpool belt drive washer centrepost without damaging them.would using the old seals to press in the new ones be a wise idea? i did do this already but hope i didntdamage the top surface of the seal before it goes to the cone shape part i cant seem to source a tool for them i have installed new bearings in my centrepost WITHOUT the tool. was a hard job that took a whole day. having an old spin tube and old bearings helped make guides to get the new bearings in straight and without damaging them




Post# 1069129 , Reply# 1   4/24/2020 at 23:09 (1,400 days old) by potatochips ( )        

Thats what I did to press my seals in better, just used the old ones. 



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