Question about Washing Machines
Yes the agitator is held on by a nut under the plastic top cap on most washers, remove this nut to remove agitator, be warned that the agitator will most likely be rusted to the drive splines from the washer transmission and u may be unable to remove without professional help, bottom line it is not easy to get off if washer is more than a few years old.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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never a good time for the washer to stop working correctly. If a
washing machine's agitator isn't working properly, your clothes won't
The back-and-forth movement of the agitator is a main
function in the cleaning process of your laundry.
If your agitator
isn't working, it could be the agitator itself or broken splines in the
assembly beneath the agitator. Either one is a relatively easy and
inexpensive repair that you should be able to do yourself.
Instructions and material needed :Socket wrench,Rope,Broom,Replacement parts
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