Ok, but is there anything I can do about the lint? Like buy something
Answer Hello Hector! Make sure that the washer is not being overloaded and also make sure that you have the correct water temp coming into the unit. Hot water should be at 120 degrees and cold water should be above 50 degrees. Also make sure you are not using too much detergent for the load selected. Hope this helps!
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I am not confident about part names, but the thing in the middle of the drum that moves the contents is not staying connected. White screw type things have come loose with each wash lately. The agitating thing pops up during wash cycles now. Do I need to replace the whole middle thing? Thank you for your help and I am sorry I am so ignorant.
Answer Nikki, you'll want to remove the dispenser assembly on the top of the agitator 21001905 it make be stubborn, but it is designed to be removable you may have to twist and rock it side to side to get it off. Once the top is off, look inside the agitator and see if the agitator bolt W10309247 is loose or has "backed out" of the agitator shaft. Tighten or re install the bolt as necessary(temporary) and order a new bolt and any other damaged parts.
How do I disassemble the top agitator?
Answer Hello William. We will need your model number to help you with this. Please post your model number with a new question on the parts page. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/modelnumber_locator.aspx
Were are the cogs located in the agitator?
Answer Hello Johnny. This model does not use the dogs in it. You will need to remove the agitator and see if the splines in the base 21001530 are stripped out. If not, and the agitator is striped and not working, you may have a transmission 35-6615 issue with the unit or a bad thrust bearing 12002213 in the unit.