Where can I find instruction to replace part # wh45x10092?
These instructions come from the service manual of Model WCVH4800K
To change out the rear tub on the unit you will need to completely disassemble the unit. First disconnect the power from the unit. You will start by removing the main top. To do this you will need to remove the 2 Phillips head screws at the rear of the top cover. Once removed you slide the main top to the rear and lift off.
The control panel is held in place with 4 Phillips head screws and 4 tabs. 2 tabs engage the front brace and the other 2 tabs engage the cabinet front. To remove the control panel, you will need to pull the dispenser out to the stop position. Press down on the lock tab then pull the dispenser out from the control panel. Remove the 2 phillips head screws from the control panel dispenser recess. Disconnect the control panel wire harness and remove it from the wire retainer. Remove the 2 phillips head screws that attache the top of the control panel to the front brace. Pull the top of the panel up and out from the top brace, then lift the control panel off the front panel.
Your next step is to remove the door lock, which is attached to the front panel with 2 phillips head screws. The door lock is accessed from the front of the washer when the right side of the gasket is partially pulled back. Use a long nose pliers to grasp the wire loop at the spring location and expand it to clear the gasket. Remove the spring and wire from the gasket. Pull the gasket out of the flange. Remove the 2 phillips head screws that attach the door lock to the front panel. Pull the door lock to the opening and disconnect the 2 wire harnesses.
Your next step will be to remove the front panel. The front panel is inserted into 3 hooks attached to the bottom of the cabinet and held in place with 4 phillips head screws. A gasket provides a water tight seal between teh front panel and outer tub. The front of the gasket is secured to the front panel flange by a spring and wire located in the fold of the gasket. The door lock and sensing switch are attached to the front panel. To remove the front panel you will need to first raise the front of the washer approximately 2" and prop in place. Remove the 2 phillips head/10 MM hex head screws, one on each side, that attache the front panel to the right and left side hooks. Lower the front of the washer to floor level. Position the gasket behind the front panel door opening and close the door. Remove the 2 phillips/10MM hex head screws that attache the top of the front panel to the cabinet. Lift up then remove the front panel from the 3 hooks at the bottom of the cabinet.
You will then want to remove the dispenser assembly. Remove the inlet and the dispenser vent hoses from the dispesner: Squeeze each clamp and slide it back. If necessary, carefully bread each hose loose by inserting a small flat blade screwdriver under the hose to break seal. Remove the hoses. Note: when installing the vent hose, engage the notch on the hose with the tab on the dispenser body before fastening the clamp. You will want to note the location of the 3 tabs, then remove the phillips head crew that attached the dispenser to the front brace. Remove the dispenser from the front and left side braces. Tilt the dispenser clockwise and remove the outlet hose. Squeeze the clamp and slide it back and use flat blade screwdriver, if necessary to break the seal. Remove the hose.
You will then need to remove the back cover of the unit. Remove the 4 screws holding the rear cover in place. Slide the cover up then pull bottom away from unit and down to release the cover.
You will then want to remove the shock absorbers on the tub which are held onto the tub by 10mm hex head screws. Once screws are removed you will want to lay the shock absorbers in the down position.
Disconnect the blue and red wires from the heater and remove both wires from the wire guide. Remove the phillips head screw that attaches the motor wire harness clamp to the heater shield. Disconnect the thermister wire harness, the stator and hall sensor wire harnesses from the motor. Remove the phillips head screw that attaches the ground wire to the motor shield. Remove the phillips head screw from the motor harness support, then slide the support up and pull it out from the motor shield. Remove the dispenser vent hose from the outer tub. Remove the 3 10-mm hex head bolts and washer that are attched to each of the 2 counterweights to the font of the outer tub. Remove the water level sensor hose from the water level sensor. Turn the phillips head clamp screw holding the tub outlet hoses on in a clockwise rotation to remove the outlet hoses from the tub. Carefully remove the tub assembly out the front of the cabinet, then place on a protective surface with the air chamber at the 2 o clock position. [Note: when installing the outer tub assembly, install each suspension spring with the red paint facing toward the washer front.
To remove the wash basket. Remove the tub gasket from the front of the wash tub. Remove the motor rotor by removing the 19 mm rotor bolt with a socket wrench. Turn counter clockwise to remove. If necessary, to lock the rotor in place wire removing rotor bolt, utilize a large phillips screwdriver and insert it into one of the 3 openings. Use a rubber mallet if needed to tap the wrench to break the bolt free. Pull the rotor away from the drive shaft. You will then remove the 6 10 mm bolts holding the stator in place. The stator is to be installed with the hall sensor toward the back of the outer tub and located at the 4 oclock position. Remove the heater assembly and thermitor. To remove the heater loosen the 10 mm hex head nut until it is flush with the end of the stud. Push inward on the 10 mm hex head to relax the rubber gasket. Remove the nut from the heater shield. Maneuver the heater shield fromt he heater terminals and remove the thermistor wire front the hole in the shield. Grasp and pull the heater straight out from the outer tub. Grasp the thermistor and pull straight out from the grommet. Remove the single 10 hex head screw located near the dispenser inlet that faces the rear tub assembly. Remove the 15 10 MM hex head screws that hold the tub front and tub rear assembly together. Separate and remove the tub front from the tub rear assembly. Pull the wash basket out from the rear tub assembly.
Once disassembled install the new outer tub and install in reverse.