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My agitator isn't working properly. Sometimes it works on certain settings

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Tighten it up from under neith. its just one screw..if that dont work you may need a belt....

Posted on Nov 02, 2012

  • Christine Hedrick Nov 02, 2012

    Thei is no scew holding the agitator on. It sits on top of a Bell thing That actually may be the problem.

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the selector switch for loads is just a switch that connects parts of the timed cycle to the timer circuit. if the timer is not rotating then nothing will work. check the connections through the selector switch. burnt or melted contacts within the switch calls for a new switch. try repair clinic dot com for a replacement.

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