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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
110.23032102 shows as a kenmore model number. I couldn't find a matching part number, so we'll work off the assumption that it is the model number. That being the case, if just the top portion of the agitator does not work, you are likely looking at and agitator dog problem. Yes, it's a silly name for the part, but that is what it says right on the manufactures replacement part. While you are in there, I would also recommend replacing your thrust spacer as well as they get brittle over time. So, once you have part numbers 80040 (agitator dogs) and 8055228 (thrust spacer), here's how to swap them out. First remove your fabric softner dispenser. It should have a blueish/ green ring around it. The ring locks it in place. Lift the ring and the dispenser will lift off. Next, as you look down under where the dispenser was, you will see clear plastic with a black rubber ring around it. There are 2 tabs sticking out of the top of it, just grab these (needle nose pliers would make it easier) and pull it up. Under that you will find a bolt (7/16" if I remember correctly) Remove the bolt and the whole agitator can lift out now. If only the top half comes off, don't worry about it. the bottom half can stay without a problem. As a matter of fact, the thrust spacer sits between the 2 halves. Now, the area where the bolt came out is a seperate piece. It may or may not be held in by two white plastic tabs at the bottom. If it is, just work the tabs off with a small flat head screwdriver. Once this piece is seperated, you will now see your agitator dogs. There is a ring holding them on from the bottom. Slide the ring off and replace all 4 dogs. Wipe any extra fabric softner and shavings from the previous dogs out. Re-assemble in reverse. .
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
There are 3 plastic dogs that have teeth. They become worn smooth and will not engage the agitator. Change these for about $12 and you will be back in business.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
Pry the agitator top off with a screwdriver (in the little slot provided)and remove the part with a 7/16" socket. Lift out the top part of the agitator and replace the four plastic dogs with parts from RepairClinic.com http://www.repairclinic.com/Appliance-Parts?s=t-110.82870820-%3d%3dc201 for $4.95 plus shipping.
I am replacing mine for the second time in 18 years. John
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
You need to get an agitator repair kit. Remove the cap on the agitator. Some have a second inside plastic cover/cap. You will need a long extension and rachet and 1/2" socket to remove the hold down bolt. Remove and replace the parts with the kit parts. Replace the cover. 10 minute repair... online kit is about $13.00.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
SOURCE: My Magtag Ensignia does not spin
Sorry but all the dogs do is make both pieces of your agitator turn in one direction but not the other. If they are bad the top part of your agitator will not work correctly.
There is a clutch on the bottom of your Maytag, You will need to adjust it to make it spin. It's real tricky and detailed. Long story short. You will need a set of allen wrenches to loosen the bolt in the center that holds the cam on the bottom of the shaft. Tilt your machine back. Look in the center of the shaft, you should see a plastic cap. Pry it off. You then should see a allen head screw. Take it out being careful not to let the piece (Cam) move that it is holding on. Now ease the cam away from the shaft until you can turn it counter clock wise. Only turn it about 1/10th turn. It will not take much from what you stated earlier. I would say if you think about a clock face hour hand. Turn it one hour back or counter clock wise. Put ellen screw back and tighten. Replace the cap and sit your washer down. You should be good to go.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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