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MAYTAG A-606 Hello dear experts, I have a Maytag washer model A-606 and I need to take out the agitator, so I can get access to the transmission system. Please can you tell me how I can take out the agitator or how I can get access to the transmission system? Thank you for your time. Best regards. Juan

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There are two methods used to hold the agitator in place. The first is a main bolt at the top of the agitator under the softener cup. The second is a small bolt located on the lower portion of the agitator. To access the transmission the tubs will have to be removed.

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