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To get coins out from under the agitater. I removed the bolt, but had no luck in removing the agitater. Any suggestions?

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JimNeal406 --
The impeller has a friction fit after the bolt and washer has been removed. The dis-assembly diagram is available online at:
[http://shared.whirlpoolcorp.com/assets/pdfs/literature/Repair%20Part%20List%20-%20W10114870.pdf]
You might get the impeller to release if you thread the bolt back in without completely tightening it and then use a wooden (or hard rubber) mallet to strike the bolt to push down on the hub basket drive assembly. Use a deep socket if you need to get better purchase. DO NOT use a metal hammer. A pulley puller may be needed to be used to remove the impeller. Write back if you need further help. -- SWT

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