My dishwasher has a 1/8" shaft on its main motor that drives the
impeller. The impeller is on a plastic shaft that slides over the
motor's shaft. There are, well, used to be splines to keep these two
parts rotating at the same speed, but after 8 years of Extreme
Dishwashing the plastic splines have worn out and squeals like a stuck
pig (no pig in the DW, I checked).
In frigidaire's infinite bean counting wisdom they made it impossible
to obtain just the wearable plastic shaft; I need to replace the whole
motor. So I'm looking to epoxy the shafts together. Will A + B work?
What if it's about 15 years old? Is there something better than A + B?
It's a high torque application and I can only do this once.
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