Can you help me with where I can purchase the bearings and the seal?Hey Joe, if you have some mechanical ability and a bearing installation tool, it is not too bad. Basically you just have to drive the old bearing and race out, then drive the new one in. Make sure and clean the bearing/seal seat or else it won't go back in due to all of the corrosion. As far as the cost goes, the 2 bearings plus the seal kit will cost you around $105. So, i personally looked at it as I made $100 and it works perfectly. I have the bearing numbers at home, I saved them along with the owners manual, they should have included it with the purchase! If you decide to replace the bearings, let me know and I will get you the SKF #'s.
I did the tub on my MAH7500AWW at 2433 cycles. I Now have 7220 cycles on the machine. Knock on wood. Are the bearings the same for the 7500, if anyone knows?any tricks to removing the spin basket? I can't seem to get it to budge.