This washing machine drum tub assembly spare part of all repairs on washing machines can be one of the most difficult to be successfully completed, as this requires a complete strip down of the machine. Find out more about drum tub assembly below:
Washing machine drum tub also known as: drum assembly, tank unit, tub assembly, weld tub drum assembly, wash unit
Reasons why you have to replace your drum assembly:
Many washing machines come with a sealed drum – this means that the drum is welded together, rather than being bolted. Because of this, drum bearings or spider can’t be replaced because sealed drums can’t be stripped-down. Another case is when your washing machine comes with drum paddles that are fixed from the inside of a sealed drum - if the paddle breaks, the whole drum will need to be replaced.
How to replace a washing machine drum tub assembly.
The first thing you have to realize about a drum tub assembly change on any washing machine is that, if you’re not confident in your ability to totally strip the machine and re-build it safely then call in a friend who has knowledge of mechanical things like cars or you will have to call in a professional repair engineer . This is a job that will take up most of your day. Sometimes instructions vary depending on the make and model: See our videos as well