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Agitator won't work on last cycle

Agitator works fine thru all cycles but the last one. Washer spins fine thru all cycles, but the agitator acts like its hung up and won't work.

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Go to www.repairclinic.com enter your model number and look for part # 470910. this is a tricky part to replace

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