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Kenmore upper agitator dogs worn


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#1 malibu jim

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Posted 08 July 2005 - 09:33 PM

Doing a search thru your site I found info to remove the upper agitator, but not on my model.   I have a Kenmore 110.82980110, and it looks like the upper agitator is secured to the main agitator by 2 small clips, looking down into the top of the removed agitator.   It appears these should be pried outwards, but there's no room to get down in there!!

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Posted 09 July 2005 - 05:08 AM

Take the agitator all the way out. Place it on the floor and stand on the bottom with both feet. Grab the top section and pull strat up untill it pops off.

When you do the repair, get rid of those 2 tabs, i break them off with a screw driver. If you leave them on, it's hard to get it back together right. replace the teeth(dogs) and the thrust washer that is between the upper and lower sections.

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