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You have to beat them out with a brass punch and sledge hammer. They just pound out and if they are not corroded a couple hits you will get them both out. Pound the back one out the back and the inner one out the front into the tub. LG does not make a bearing puller. Now once they are out here is a video on a great way to reseat the new bearings. Just copy and paste the link below into your address bar to watch the video.
As I said can bearing be removed with out removing wash drum? I gather not. As is all I have done is unassembled rear of washer with drum remaining in machine. I can see bearing clearly but I can see no way of removing it
No worries at all. Can you suggest the best way of splitting the plastic spider ? do I need to remove all white outer paneles ? I have rear panel off, I have removed top cover and the control function panel and can see the studs whish hold the two plastic hubs together. Do I need to remove the front panel below the display panel. can you send me a break down picture possibly?