Question about Washing Machines
Under the top cover of your agitator which usually snaps off or twists off you will find a NUT, undo this nut and washer then lift the agitator off, you will find a splined shaft, attempt to wash with not clothes in it if the shaft is agitating you will require a new agitator for the spline has worn off the inside of the agitator if there is no agitation than the transmission is likely defective
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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