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    • Part Number: AP2044578
    • MFG Part Number: WH1X1944
    • Made by: GE
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Agitator won't spin. Pulled plastic agitator out of the washer... is the 303 Coupling part the end of the shaft that sticks up out of the washer tub or is it the metal part that stays up in the agitator? Pretty sure its the part I need...just not sure where it goes or how to install.

Steve for Model Number WWA8350GBL

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how do I rermove agitator coupling (WHIX1944), What is a 90 degree pick tool?

Harper

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My agitator does not want to spin correctly. I replaced the worn belt and it still does not want to spin right. I took the agitator off and the coupling rubber looks worn and easily turns on the piece of metal it sits on. I'm trying to save money and fix it myself. I don't know much about working on them. Could you please help?

David F. for Model Number wwa3100galwh

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Does the transmission pulley comes right off. This after remove the e clip and washer. That part after the washer won't come off. Is something i'm missing?

Preston G for Model Number pavt910aww

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Hello, last month my GE washer stopped agitating...I did some research online and ended up buying a coupler (sp) I put the new one on and I cannot for the Life of me get the agitator to go down as far as it should, the 1st few times it would pop up as it started washing. Finally I got it to where it stopped popping up and I thought all is well that ends well, even though I did not like the extra gap between drum and agitator.....Now a month later the agitator is popping up again and I cannot get it to go down as far as I know it should......I noticed on the agitator itself, the Splines? The grooves that slide down over my new coupler and are suppose to slide down nice... Well the grooves on the agitator are worn.......do you think this could be the problem? They are worn and kind of smooshed.........I am a girl so I do not know the proper words and I have never fixed any type of appliance before, I even was looking for a used washer online , then I decided to google alittle and that is how I fixed it (so I thought) for less then 20 bucks!! So smooshed worn grooves on inside of agitator , suppose to line up and slide down on coupler........Think maybe I need a new agitator? hahha, Maybe I never needed the coupler , maybe it was the agitator all along....Help Please???

Jennifer for Model Number WBSR3140D5WW

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I have bought a new spline for my machine. I greased the spline and lined up the spline and the agitator. When I pushed hard on the agitator, it still would not go all the way to the bottom of the tub. Can you give me any advice?

Dennis for Model Number WWA7050GBLWH

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I determined today that my GE washing machine is from either February of 1977 or 1989. I think it's most likely 1989, but do not know. The agitator does not spin well unless I forcefully push down on the column. The agitator usually pops up off of the column after one or two heavy loads of wash. I assume that some sort of friction piece is missing or has degraded. I have uploaded 3 pictures of my washer in hopes that you could help me understand which part I need to buy. The first and second are of the drive column, the third is the inside top of the agitator piece. http://postimage.org/image/x9aitpdft/ http://postimage.org/image/vrp2i58p5/ http://postimage.org/image/bbe1zwyfd/ The agitator/spline coupling piece on your website has 4 pictures; the second looks just like mine, the third looks much thicker as if mine is missing an outer friction ring or something. Thank you so much for the input.

Matt for Model Number GE WWA8600GBLAD

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I ordered a new coupling today from your site. I could not see the black part of the coupling anywhere. Now I see that the coupling itself has come apart. The black part is stuck within the agitator and the rest is on the shaft of the transmission. (I hope I am describing this properly.) How do we get the black part out of the agitator?

Jennifer for Model Number WWA8350GALAD

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After putting new part on how do I get the agitator to go back on right ?

Joel P. for Model Number wh1x1944

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How do you remove the agitator coupler? Rubber part slide around some. Can it be glued on? This is an older model and there does not appear to be a crew to lossen it. Thanks.

Frank for Model Number WWA8310GBL

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