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Removed agitator base from admiral washing machine

Removed agitator base from admiral washing machine aav7000aww without removing bolt first thus separating the auger from sleeve. Now pops off when washing. Are the dogs stripped? I hate to go get a new one if I can fix it.

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  • Eric Bailey Dec 03, 2012

    OK my mistake. I removed the upper agitator from base without removing bolt. This caused the upper agitator to separate from sleeve inside of it(see pic) upon reassembling and doing a load it keeps popping off from sleeve. Is there a way to tighten? Nothing appears to be broken or stripped inside the upper agitator.

  • Richard Roth
    Richard Roth Dec 03, 2012

    Not that I am aware of.

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The agitator and drive gearbox are all one part and are not serviceable (sealed), if it is the gearbox the machine is possibly scrap as the part is more expensive than a new machine. Will need further investigation.
Is the spin OK (quiet) the motor rotates one way to agitate and the other way in fast to spin, the belt may be removed at the middle pulley (Below) rotated in each direction to test. try the machine without the belt and listen to motor.

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