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Agitator on GE topload dual action moving in one direction

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The Agitator In your washer has two parts. The bottom half will move back and forth. The top half (spindle) will move in one direction (clockwise). Most of the scrubbing or washing is done by the bottom half of the agitator. The spindle is responsible for pulling the clothes down from the center and sending them to the bottom where they will be scrubbed. As the clothes circulate, they will all be washed.

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