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The slow weak function of the augar

The augar moves at a snalis pace and a very short distance back and forth. When I apply pressure to the top of the augar while running, it works correctly.

What do you recommend I do to fix the problem?

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The reason for the "weak agitation " is a bad set of agitator dogs. by removing the center fabric softener cup, you can get to and unscrew the center shaft bolt7/16. after removing the bolt, the agitaor will remove and the agitator dogs canbe replaced. part number 80040.youll need to split the agitator top and bottom to insall them . they simply slide into place.

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