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Grinding during adgitating

Grinds and seems to wrap clothes tight around spinner? I replaced a rubber washer that was broke around the 7/16 bolt and can't figure out grinding.

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Remove that bolt again remove upper part of agitator ckd the "dogs" if worn replace part#80040

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