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Whirlpool Washer LLT714-4000 is making a grinding noise when agitating. Otherwise works fine.

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Hi, I am sorry but that model # is not coming up. I wanted to look this up and see if it is the 2 piece agitator model. If it is, check and see if the lower half of the agitator is working.
You can also grab the top of the agitator (while the washer is turned off) and see if it spin in both directions. If it spins both ways, you will need to change the dog kit inside the agitator.
Please let me know if this helps you aor if I can assist you further.


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