Step by Step instructions for replacing a washer coupler on Whirlpool and Maytag washers. This is one of the most common parts to fail on a washer and it is a relatively easy repair most do-it-yourselfers can do. Instead of calling a repairman, do this repair yourself can and save time and money.

Step 1: Warning

Before attempting any appliance repair, be certain you have unplugged the appliance and completely disconnected it from any power source.
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