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Agitator Cycle runs fine on Delicate, but when running on Fast or Super Fast the agitator starts chugging in the begining of the wash cycle and beginning of the rinse cycle...and idea of how to fix? bad timer? The chugging was also dimming lights in the house, I thought the power source may have been the issue but I've plugged in elsewhere and lights are no longer dimming but washer is still chugging.

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Try putting a new coupler in it

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