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Follow these simple step-by-step instructions to replace the Washer Seal and Bearings on LG, Sears, and Kenmore washers.
Symptoms: Bearings have gone bad and hearing a grinding noise; or seal is bad and getting water leaking out of back of tub.
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Tools needed: Phillips screwdriver, flathead screwdriver, 10mm socket with long extension, wire cutters, 17mm socket, 13mm socket, pliers, 12mm wrench, piece of wood, hammer, punch, nylon or brass brush, liquid soap, blue thread locker, vice grip pliers. To help remove the inner tub from the outer tub, as well as the bearings from the outer tub, you can use Rust Buster (http://www.appliancepartspros.com/pro-rust-buster-tj93241-ap5638848.html) or any type of penetrating oil.
This video works for the following Washer Seal and Bearings: 4036ER2004A, 4280FR4048E, 4280FR4048L.