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Disconnect power first.
Drain the tub. remove the back panel, loosen the motor mounting bolt and remove tension from the belt. Lean the washer back against the wall, put a bucket underneath the pump and remove the hoses. remove the 2 mounting bolts (1/2" bolt heads) and remove the pump. Rocking the pump away from the belt will help disengage the belt, and also the pump lever from the cam bar. Don't move the pump lever yet. Check the belt for glazing or cracks, if belt looks bad replace it as well. Set the pump lever in the same position as the pump that came out. Rock the pump in place, the same way way as you pulled out the old one. make sure the pump lever goes into the slot for the cam bar. Reinstall the 1/2" bolts and reset tension of the belt by moving the motor mounting bolt back into place.
The above is how I would change a pump on a belt driven Whirlpool/Inglis built washer, below is some extra good info on replacing the 2 hose and 3 hose pump.
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