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PartSelect Number PS11748108
Also known as an O-Ring. This black o-ring seal is three inches in diameter.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
There was a video on the web providing instruction. The longest part of this repair was cleaning the old agitator of soap and fabric softener scum. Once that part complete, installation went smoothly. Didn't realize that the thrust spacer and o-ring for the internal cap came with the kit as it wasn't listed on the kit part list, so I purchased those separately. Not a big deal as it was only a couple of dollars and not enough to worry about. Part Select does an excellent job in making sure you have the right parts and break out drawings to show exactly what's needed to complete the repair. This is the third or fourth experience with them and the accuracy and quick response more than met my needs.
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I open the cap on the top of the agitator, inside there is another cap take that one off, then take the screw out than replace the agitator cam kit and replace it also there is a inner cap seal that need to change then put everything back together close all the caps and start washing again.
fast and easy
I just unscrewed the top agitator cap and slid the o-ring on and put it back. Done in seconds.
First I watched the online video to be sure of the parts I would need and for any tips that might make the repair easier.(The video suggested replacing the bolt, and it looked to me to be a good idea to replace the seal). I removed the softener dispenser (which exposed the inner cap). Then I removed the inner cap (which exposed the agitator bolt). I removed the bolt and lifted out the agitator. Popped the top portion off, replaced the directional cogs and then put it all back together. I am a fairly handy person but appliances are not my thing. The video gave me all the assurance I needed. Fifteen minutes and $15; sure beats calling a repairman!
Fantastic. With your exploded views and video it was super simple. Will definitely use you again.
removed agitator from washer - too easy - but need hubby to pull top from bottom of agitator as i wasn't strong enough.took top off per online instruction, put back together. works like a champ
Follow the easy instruction video and save the $100 that it would cost you to have a service person come out and do it.Thanks Part Select
removed the agitator, cleaned old parts and installed new parts. The parts I ordered came the day after they were shipped.
Easy repiar. I used the online video from this web site and it took no time at all. Washer works normal and saved some money.
I am a woman and not very experienced with large appliance repairs. This was very simple thanks to the diagram posted and the other comments. It saved us time, repair costs and a new washer for now. The ultimate recycling :). Thank you to all who posted
I over ordered parts because this website doesn't list everything in the agitator repair kit... so I over spent about $10... so be careful of misleading parts list when ordering a "kit"... all the parts should be there. All I had to do was pop the top off, pull the cap out, unbolt the agitator and remove it... then put together the new dogs and rotator... ofcourse the kit cap with a new bearing (which wasn't listed on the included parts, so I have a spare for 15 years down the road) Then I lined up the holes, installed a new gasket on the bolt, and bolted it back together.... I also learned that I didn't even need the kit, I only needed new dogs! (that's the part that locks into the teeth on the agitator and caused it to spin and push the cloths down)... could have saved probably $20, but I fixed my washer myself and even though it cost me nearly $40 in parts and I'm sure I saved atleast $100 doing it myself... this site is very easy to navigate and find the parts... I will always come back to this site for parts!
popped off the the cap on top of agitator and then lossened nut with socket and exstenion and took off top half of agitator the replaced plastic gogs
Thanks to the exploded parts diagram online, I was easily able to determine the sequence of how the parts went together. The whole thing was very simple, turned out, all I really needed was the "dogs", and the seal, but it was a breese. I have never really been a gearhead, but I do work construction, this was soo easy, even my brother in law could have done this. I have to believe that a service call to fix this would have been $100-$200 dollars, this cost me less than $30
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