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I have a Maytag Performa Model# PAV 2300 AWW washer and during washing cycle if it's washing load larger than ''large'', the agitator would become detached to the washer but doesn't affect the spinning. The agitator is attached to the bottom plate by a bolt and I can reattach it by using a ruler and packing tape at the end. Problem is that it keeps on happening. Is there a way of making sure it stays on so this process doesn't continue?
Pull the agit out and look at the side just below the slots there is a small hole there and the lock screw is probably missing . / to pull agit you turn the screw out and to lock it down you turn it in till it stops . if no lock screw the out comes the agit ... could be very bad in spin if it came out . i have heard of this .. so lock it down .. **** hope this helps .
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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