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Jeans stuck in washer

I have a pair of jeans that has gotten stuck underneath the middle part of the washing machine. I have pulled on the jeans to no avail, as well as running another cycle to try to loosen them up. That didn't work either. Is there a way to remove that middle part? Thank you.

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Harkins...you model looks like a one piece agitator according to the model number. Pop the cap off the agitator, you will see a bolt under there. Using a socket wrench remove the bolt and the agitator will lift up. If you have a fab dispensor on top, just pop it off. Catriver...post back.

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