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    • Part Number: AP4026932
    • MFG Part Number: 22001821
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Agitator quit ..Pulled up on agitator because it was loose and the agitator and the splined shaft all came out together. What do I need?

Gary for Model Number lat 26ooaae

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I have a Maytag lat9356aae that won't agitate -but spins and drains fine, and no funny noises. I can't find access to the agit dogs. Does this model not have them? Does it require replacement of the entire agitator?

Mark for Model Number lat9356aae

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My Maytag washer doesn't seem to agitate properly and there is a loud roaring noise in the spin cycle. also, the spin seems to be way too fast. Transmission or bearings going bad?

John for Model Number LAT8506AAE

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Some rings inside our washers agitator have broken. While it still is working, we know it will not for long and want to replace it. can you pls let us know if the installation is very involved or not? Would like to do it ourselves, thanks!

Liz H for Model Number LAT9416AAE

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I have a Maytag LAT9416AAE that stopped agitating on the Regular cycle.

Jimmie for Model Number LAT9416AAE

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The top half of my agitator comes off. The bottom half is still attached. I have been using it this way, it works, but not the right way. I just keep pushing it down and closing the lid. Do I need a whole new agitator?

Maryu for Model Number 3600AAE Maytag

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HI, My washing machine does not agitate but does spin and rinse fine. I have pulled out the agitator and was ready to order the replacement one, but after reading some of these questions am wondering how I know if it is the agitator itself or the transmission or belts? Thanks for your help, Jen

Jen for Model Number LAT8426AAE

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Im not sure but i feel the noise comming from my Agitatior is not right.The set screw is tight on the side,nothing is loose and its working properly.It making sort of a grinding sound (but not metal on metal) .and its not comming from the transmission or the bearing. I noticed on the older units you could replace the dog ears inside . Can I rebuild this agitator?

Tommy for Model Number LAT9557AAE

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How do I remove the agitator? I can't find any screws or dust cap.

Andrew for Model Number Maytag LAT9416AAE

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The agitator in my washer is floating up, and I am looking for the locking screw. When I look up the parts online (https://www.maytag.com/digitalassets/MLPDF/Repair%20Part%20List%20-%20LAT3600AAE.pdf) I see the agitator as part one, but it has several different pieces. The bottom one is still attached and agitates, but the top most part is floating off. I think the screw you mentioned in your response to my last question is to lock the bottom part to the machine. Is there supposed to be a plastic clip inside the bottom part of the agitator to keep the uppermost part attached? It seems to just sit there, so I know something must be missing.

Lynne for Model Number lat3600aae

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