Washer Drum Shaft Assembly DC97-17004B

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Part #DC97-17004B

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Part Information

This manufacturer-approved drum shaft assembly (part number DC97-17004B) is for washers.

Drum shaft assembly DC97-17004B connects the spin basket to the drive motor to spin the basket.

Unplug the washer before installing this part. Wear work gloves to protect your hands.

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For the experienced DIYer
November 20, 2019

You literally have to take everything apart to get this replaced. Only to repeat it again in 4-6 years because it will corrode again. Part came in a large box without any padding (Not sure if that's on Sears or Samsung, as it was a Samsung box). But the part had punctured the box on all sides during transport. Make sure you inspect it before install. And keep tab of your screws. There were more than a dozen different types of screws. I ended up with 2 spare screws for some reason. Even going back over it, I cannot figure out where they went. (Unfortunately I took it all apart before ordering, to make sure I only needed the spider, so more than a week had passed by before I put it back together again) If you have issues getting the front shocks back under the drum, separate them from the piston, and tap them in with a mallet.

Jeroen, Nashua, NH

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Ease of Installation
Very Difficult
Duration of Installation
More than 2 hours