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Has anyone experience with removing a washing machine agitator?

I have an older washing machine and need to remove the agitator to clean out the filter. Any suggestions?

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2 Responses to “Has anyone experience with removing a washing machine agitator?”

  1. Chris said :

    I have heard that it’s a chore. I could be wrong. It just seems that somewhere in my past I had heard that it was a real chore. I used to work for Sears Service. I didn’t work on washing machines though. I guess that’s where I had heard it. There is like a whole transmission in those washing machines. You might want to get a Service Manual.

    Try this site….have your model number ready and your serial number is possible

  2. woodtick314 said :

    I have a Maytag that’s about 10 years old, and it’s not too hard to get the agitator out. First remove the top, which twists off. Then there’s a hex nut inside that holds the agitator in. It took a ratchet and 2 extension bars, but I was able to remove it. If this doesn’t help, Google your model number. You may be able to find a parts diagram. Hope this helps.


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