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Agitator Drive Bell is Stuck !!


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#1 Mariongo

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Posted 01 November 2005 - 07:18 PM

I have a GE Profile Washer that started agitating slowly and making a lot of noise at the spin cycle so I followed some online instructions to removed the agitator and I did this, bellow its the agitator drive bell with a supposed hex bolt on the top (there isn't any I bought this washer in used condition), so I try to pry out the agitator drive bell but I can't it seems to be stuck. There are a lot of calcium deposits all around the agitator hub and could this be the cause the air bell coupling is stuck?? I used a lot of force to pry it out and still cant.

My washer is a GE Profile WPSR3100W1WW.

I can do everything following instructions but I seem to be stuck in this, I appreciate any help

Mario.


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Posted 01 November 2005 - 07:23 PM

Try prying up woth a claw hammer, if that fails a nice large sharp screw driver and hammer will split it of and remove the rest by prying off with the claw hammer, then replace this coupler.
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