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One piece agitator wraps cloths

My machine has a one piece agitator and it started wrapping cloths when filled full level of water and cloths, But when filled half level of water with fewer cloths it works ok. I opened the agitator and splines inside looks ok. Even with half level of water with heavy cloths like towels etc it sometimes starts wrapping. I beleieve it doesn't take heavy loads. What could be wrong in the machine? Please advice.

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When loading the machine, load towels, sheets or jeans with an accordion fold instead of putting the laundry in a circle around the agitator. It helps to put the clothes in at the twelve o'clock position, then six o'clock, then nine o'clock and then three o'clock. Repeat this sequence until the washer is full.
The laundry can circulate much better and get cleaner too.

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SOURCE: Series 70 prob: Recently started wrapping clothes around agitator

some fabrics are known to do that you have on wrong cycle setting there should be a setting for delicates and clothing and blankets and things when loaded to close to agitator will attract each other together so its wise when loading machine load in a circle leveled out till desired fullness away from agitator they shouldnt attract as much

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is the agitator broken are they getting caught on an edge? are you using enough water? the machine is suposed to agitate even tho the lid may be open, it will not spin.use soap... 

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