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You are most welcome.

I believe, you should be able to find the bolt in a machine shop/hardware store.
And I don't recall replacing this bolts.

Good luck.

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Simon -

One quick question:

I installed the new clutch, and it's rockin'. I still have one quick question, however...

At the very last rinse cycle, the machine just pumped, but didn't spin. Once it was completely drained, it did spin. BUT - I had the controls set to "extra spin" just to be sure that things were spinning...which they did for the entire cycle.

I was sort of under the impression that it was to be spinning every single time that it was pumping - but I may be wrong on that.

What do you think about that?
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That's depend on the internal timer set up.

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That's depend on the internal timer set up.

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How do I determine this?

I'll do one more additional test to see if it spins during the final "drain" cycle, but I believe that we're ready to go on this project. Everything else seemed to be functioning at 100%.

Prior to the clutch replacement, it wasn't spinning at all, EVER, so I know we've made some significant progress on it.
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The washer has a neutral drain gearcase. When it first starts draining directly after agitation, it should drain for a minute or two without spinning. The motor should then pause for a few seconds and when it starts again, it should be draining and spinning to the end of cycle. The pausing of the motor causes the release of the neutral drain mechanism to allow spinning when it starts again.

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