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#1 ColorGuru

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Posted 01 June 2014 - 06:10 PM

Hello, I have an Amana top load washing machine and the agitator just came off in the unit while it was loading with water. I can see the gear that the agitator is supposed to sit on and I can hear what I assume is the bolt that holds the agitator on the gear rattling around inside the agitator. How do I take apart the agitator to get to the bolt so I can re-attach the agitator to the gear at the bottom of the tub?

 

I can't be sure of the model number because the tag on the top back right side of the machine wore off. The Energy guide label mentions these three model numbers:

LW3503*2

LW8203*2

LW7503*2

 

 



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Posted 02 June 2014 - 06:36 PM

Here is just one of the parts diagrams of the several model #s it COULD be. You will need the exact model number and the manufacturing number that begins with the letter P.

 

http://www.whirlpool...3L2_PLW3503L2_B


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