I had this happen on mine, and it was the valve that dispenses the water into the drum. I wasn't getting any water into the drum because the dispensing valve/solenoid was not working. I've had to replace it 3 times in the past 5 years though.
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Remove the screw and look underneath the agitator, GE machines have a correct way to put them back so the agitator sits at the bottom of the machine with virtually no gap. Tighten the screw hard. Perhaps you lost a locking washer at some stage?
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Since it isn't agitating (I assume not at all rather than just the top part of the agitator. If just the top part isn't turning then the easiest solution is replacing the 4 "agitator dogs" ) or spinning the solution points to a couple of places.
1. The motor coupler may be broken. This piece is a fail safe between the motor and transmission. and basically transmits power to the transmission.
Remove the cabinet and inspect the coupler. Following is a good description of how to replace it if necessary.