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The top half of the agitator (near the fabric softner comp) is skipping while it is in wash cycle

The bottom half of the agitator works fine no probs...I have troubleshooted everything that I know of or think that maybe it could be. The top half of the agitator seems to "fit" over the bottom portion and I don't know...but it almost seems as if it has grooves or something that would make it typically turn properly, but it is "skipping or slipping" instead. Please help!!

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Yes the top half seperates from the bottom half inside the top half are 4 little parts called dogs. the part number is 241341. replace the dogs to fix it

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Sorry for the delay. You need to replaced your agitator dogs. (yes this is really what they call them). They are 4 small pieces inside the agitator that act as a "clutch" They allow the top half of the agitator to turn freely one direction and not the other. When the worn dogs slip, it causes a grinding/ grunting type noise from the machine. So first this fist. You will need to purchase the inexpensive dogs from a local appliance parts store or from the manufactures web site on line. (part # 80040).

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