Question about GE WBSR3140DW Top Load Washer
Agitator seems loose, not connected
Look at the center. can you pull the agitator up and out of the tub? You can try it with the motor running but don't grab it too snugly. Try and push it up and down while running. If it seems to try and move there used to be a rubber spindle on the trans shaft under the agitator that would become separated. I don't know if yours has one or not but the agitators were a bugger to remove usually because of the corrosion that happens. A special tool that was an air bladder used to fit under the agitator and you'd blow it up like and inner tube and pop it off. If you get the agitator off you try to get it to agitate and if you cant stop it by hand your at the problem either you'll see it obviously or it will come apart inside the agitator.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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