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Got braclet stuck in the between top and bottom of agitator? GE Profile Washer top Load any suggestions?

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Normally you can take the top of the agitator off with the use of a screw driver or by turning couter clockwise. Once the top is off you should see a nut or bolt. Removing this will allow the agitator to be removed.

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