Unplug the washer and remove the back access panel. Put on some work gloves. Rotate the large pulley on the back of the tub slowly and roll the drive belt off of that large pulley. You will need to use significant force to remove the belt but it should have enough play so that it can be removed in that manner.
Position the new belt over the motor pulley first and then roll the new belt onto the large pulley at the back of the tub.
You should not need to loosen or unbolt the motor to install the new belt.
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by Lyle W |