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Kenmore 80 series

Agitates for a little while then starts making horrible noise and only goes in one direction, all other functions work fine, other than the rinse where of course it has to agitate again. If i put a really small load in it doesnt seem to do it as bad.

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  • popopapa Apr 11, 2008

    my agitator skips and makes a noise too. when you watch it, it goes, skips and like something grabs again and continues on that go round.

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Replace the dog set in the agaitator some have a 4 dog set part number 285770 and these are white some have a 2 dog set the part number is 358692 replacing these dogs will fixya

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