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Your agitator dogs are worn out. Remove the agitator and seperate the upper section from the lower section. There are 4 small teardrop shaped pieces that are the agitator dogs. They have either come apart over time or at least the teeth have worn off them.
Post back with any questions. Please verify the model number. I couldn't pull up a parts list for it. I know the last digit should be a 0 (zero) instead of an o.
The dogs are part of the agitator cam assembly under the auger (top
portion). These little plastic pieces do wear out with age, causing the
slippage you are talking about. Replacements are available at
appliancepartspros.com for about $5. For a little bit more, you can
purchase the entire cam replacement kit (which includes the dogs, cam
and seals) for around $11 or $12. Use your model number to begin your
search criteria and locate these parts under the "Agitator Parts"
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