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When washing,when the agitator gets to the end of its cycle, it makes a "clunk" sound. Then reverses and makes the same sound at end of each cycle.

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The agitator has four agitator dogs that catch the teeth on the inside of the upper part of the agitator. With age, the dogs will no longer grab the teeth firmly, causing the typical clunky sound.
The agitator dogs need replacement.
Click here and enter model number to get parts and diagram for your appliance.

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