Question about Washing Machines
Jay, as you may know the agitator is driven by a motor through the transmission. Two things come to mind if the only time the machine is noisy is when it is agitating is a stripped spline or partly stripped spline. Can you carefully check to see if you can stop or hold the agitator from moving while in the wash cycle? Don't take chances if you are not confident as you can hurt a wrist quickly..Better to call a pro. But you can also remove the agitator and see if the spline where the plastic agitator and the steel axle join is damaged. Otherwise it could be the transmission and you will need to replace that entire assembly. I hope that helps. Bob.
Posted on Jan 01, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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