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PartSelect Number PS334559
Does not include softener dispenser. **** Some assembly required.****
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:
First I removed the screw that held it in place with a socket. The agitator became loose and easy to remove at this time so I lifted it from the washing machine. I then just placed the new agitator in place and replaced the screw being careful not to do it too tight. The replacing of this part was an easy job and thanks to Part Select it saves me hundreds of dollars.
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unplugged unit,removed liquid cup,removed nut holding agitator,removed agitator installed new one installed nut tightened and tested operation very easy job!
Very simple, pop the top open, unscrewed the bolt, and pulled the old agitator out. The new one went in just as easy.
pulled the detergent cup off, pulled the cap out of the upper part of agitator, removed bolt and pulled assembly out. then reversed the process with the new assembly.
The new agitator came within 5 calendar days of ordering, it was sent from near my house.I looked at the directions sent, and saw that it was very easy. First I took off the fabric softener dispenser. Then I discovered I needed a socket wrench to take off the bolt holding the agitator on to the driveshaft. So I went and bought a wrench, extension, and socket.Then I came back and removed the bolt, installed the new agitator, and washed a load of clothes, within 45 minutes.It worked fine.It was going to cost me over $150 to have Sears fix it and it would not have been until the following Thursday Sears Applicance Repair could come. So I spent about $80 for the new agitator from Parts Select , $30 for the socket wrench, which I can reuse. So I saved $40 and a lot of aggravation.And I got to wash clothes quicker. With 4 school kids we wash a lot of clothes which was what broke the agitator in the first place.I would recommend Parts Select any time.
removed nut in center (take top piece off and look down), lifted old agitator assembly off, followed directions to assemble new agitator, replaced with new "swirl" designed agitator assembly, replaced & tightened nut with nut driver, and although my old model washer was not listed as "compatible," everything fit and it seems to be working just fine so far. Be sure to cut power off to appliance before starting - just in case.
Removed the single screw securing the agitator to the drive shaft. Removed agitator assy. Installed new assy. Reinstalled securing screw.
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