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You are correct. Just unscrew the bolts going into part 8 and then pry that ring (part 8) off. That is the locking ring to hold part 9 on the the shaft. Once you remove the ring, part 9 widens out a bit and you can pry that off and then the entire inner basket pulls out.
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There should be 6 screws holding that part onto the base of the tub.
The 6 screws are shown as part number 7 in the diagram. They only show 1 in the diagram, but there are 6 that go around holding this part onto the base of the tub.
OK then that ring pulls up and of that the screws were holding. You just pry under it with a flat head screwdriver. After that, you just have part 9 which pries out as well and then the entire tub pulls out. At this point is just brute force.
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You can do that if you'd like.
I'm not sure what you mean?
Yes, I understand. But I don't understand why you are telling me this?
I'm not sure if you know this but I work on these appliances regularly as well so I know all too well how easy they strip out.
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