Does the agitator just sit on the spindle, or is it held on by a fastener?
Answer Hello Tom. These usually have a bolt in the center that holds them on. Hope this helps.
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Inside drum doesn't spin when it reaches the last rinse cycle to dry the clothes.
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Machine is operating normally, but after water is in and begins to agitate, it make a loud banging like noise as it agitates. Any ideas? Sometimes it squeals loudly when it stops too.
Answer Hello A.J.C.,
These are notorious for brake noise, and I believe this is what you are hearing in this case. You can spray a small amount of WD-40 into the brake assembly to quieten it down or replace the brake rotor and lining assembly 35-6714 and the brake stator 35-6918. If you replace the brake parts, you can expect the noise to return shortly. If you spray the brake with WD-40, you can expect the tub to take a long time to stop after a spin.
my washer will not agitate the clothies and when it trys it makes a grinding noise.
Answer Patrick, You may have a damaged agitator "dog" system, If you can turn the agitator auger assembly in both directions, you'll need to replace the agitator. If the agitator checks OK, your issue could be in the transmission 35-6615 or more likely a thrust bearing issue
12002213 . You'll need to remove the drive belt, and transmission pulley and cams, slip the "cam" back onto the splined arae of the shaft. turn the cam clockwise, you should be able to hear and feel if the gears inside are meshing and rolling properly.