ApplianceGeneral Electric Washer
Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of Appliance1 - 4 years
Joseph From Poughkeepsie, NY
Nov 11, 2009
3 out of 6 people found this instruction helpful
The wife told me that the wash just wasn’t coming out very clean. So I went to check it out and found that the agitator was just moving freely. Upon closer inspection I found that the coupler had stripped.
I was unable to get the agitator free from the coupler so I had to drill out the inside top of the agitator in order to get at the bold that held the coupler in place. Once I got that out the rest was real simple.
Just bolt in the new coupler and snap in the new agitator into place. That can be harder that you think.
I used a block of wood laid across the top and just tapped it with a hammer to set the unit in place.
Make sure that when you take it apart to save the bolt and the old cap unless you ordered a new cap.
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Part Number: PS1482518