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How to take off the agitator on my kenmore washer mod 11094572200

On my kenmore washer i can't seam to get the agitator off. i have taken that little screw out that was in the side of the agitator's shaft then i tried to pull it off, but it won't come off ...
my washer is leaking from the bottom where the shaft runs up into the drum, im thinking it's the gasket rings that needs replacing but i can't
tell untill i get the agitator off...help!!

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If its a older model remove cap on the vary top on the agitator it is a screw under there

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