Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
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I just decided to tear into it knowing nothing about it. I really didn't want to pay a repair man $50.00 just to come look at it to tell me what was wrong. I first took the top part of the agitator off. Then there was a plug in it that seal it from getting water in to it. After I removed the plug I could see a 11mm nut holding the agitator on. I removed the whole agitator off and went on line to see what part I needed and what it was called. And the rest was history. I fixed it with no problem and saved myself probalby $100.00
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Part Number: PS388034