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Remove pulsator from washing machine model wpgt9360eoww

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SOURCE: LG top loading washine machine pulsator asm does not agigtate and comes off.

What is the model number of the unit?

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- Switch of the appliance at the wall, and open the lid.
- In the center of the pulsator is a small sieve cap, open it's latch
- Inside it, in the middle is a small screw, unscrew it
- Now simply pull the pulsator from the sides, this is sometimes difficult to accomplish due to washing powder buildup, but persist and it will eventually pull free.

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- if it doesn't, You can also try removing the belt between the motor and the pulsator to isolate if it's a defect in the motor or the pulsator.
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