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Whirlpool washer. the agitator just stopped in mid wash. there was heavy towels. . could the heavy towels have caused the agitator to stop.? does the agitator come off.?

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The agitator cam be removed but that will not be the problem
if it has a belt drive , probably the belt broke or the agitator solenoid /engagement lever has broken
you will need the model and serial number when you call the technician for a proper diagnosis

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