Question about GE GTWN3000MWS Washer
Sleeve tangled under agitator How do i remove it to free the clothes
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You should be able to unscrew the top cap of the agitator ( may be left hand thread ) and lift off the agitator once the cap is off... They sometimes stick so you may have to muscle it to remove that cap..once lifted off..you should be able to untangle the string that is caught..
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
SOURCE: Remove the agitator
The agitator is actually pressed on without mechanical fasteners . Grab the bottom of the agitator firmly on each side. Pull up with a quick, hard **** (careful not to hit your face). If this does not work, wrap a belt under the agitator. Grab the belt firmly and pull up with a quick, hard ****.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
for the basic top loader there should be a cap on the top of the agitator you can pop off with a flat screw driver and then use a ratchet with an extension to get to the nut holding the agitator on, 1\2 inch or 9\16 socket, i think.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
Yes, the agitator assembly can be removed. The WPRE6100G parts diagram is available at: [http://www.geappliances.com/] The top plastic portion of the agitator can be removed to access the screw [SCR 1/4-20 MCH HXW 5/8 S] securing the coupling assembly. If you have questions, write back. -- SWT
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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Remove the rinse dispenser from the top of the agitator (spinning deal). Unscrew the agitator cap located on top of the agitator which is only hand tightened. Once the plastic agitator cap is removed from the top of the agitator you should see a screw which you will need a socket or an adjustable wrench to remove the screw. The agitator can now be removed by lifting strait up to free the sleeve. My only concern is how the sleeve became lodged under the agitator unless the tub became unbalanced from a heavy load. The other possibility could be the support for the tub is broken and needs to be replaced.
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