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Wont agitateor spin

Softner cap removed... where i was expecting to see a bolt underneath i saw another solid piece of plastic... is this the type of ge that needs to "pop" off... no bolt to remove? my ge top load wont spin or agitate... belt wont grab anything turning clockwise.. but will turn the drum when spun counterclockwise... thought my problem might be the coupler or timer?? any suggestions woulld be great...

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Yes, to remove the agitator part you just pull on it, it is just the pop off type. Sounds like it might be the timer also, but make sure that the belt is also the right tension

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