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PartSelect Number PS334650
The agitator kit is most commonly used if the top part of the agitator is not moving correctly but the bottom is. This kit now includes all pieces shown in photo plus the thrust spacer, inner cap seal and washer. May need agitator grease for repair.
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:
This kit contains one screw with rubber gasket and threaded sealant. The screw head is 7/16".
Also known as an O-Ring. This black o-ring seal is three inches in diameter.
This white thrust spacer is made of plastic and is also commonly referred to as a retainer ring. It is used in the agitator assembly of many direct drive washing machine models. This is the retaining ring for inside of agitator. May need agitator grease for repair.
I removed the fabric softener dispenser exposing the cap. I was able to grab the "handles" and pull it out of the agitator. Then I used a long extension with a 7/16 inch socket and removed the screw and washer. With a little gentle wiggling and pulling the clothes mover lifted off. The inside of the clothes mover had a build-up of old softener and detergent which I cleaned out with an old toothbrush and hot water in the kitchen sink. I had read that the repair kit included everything you needed except for the grease. I was glad I ordered the kit because I did not realize that the thrust spacer on my machine was worn out as well. The included instructions guided me through the reassembly very well. The hardest part of the whole process was getting the screw and washer back into the hole after the clothes mover assembly was inserted into the agitator. This was an easy repair. Cleaning gunk out of the clothes mover took longer than the actual repair. I was very pleased with the delivery speed from PartSelect. The parts were exactly what I needed and now the washer is washing clothes like new again.
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i popped the top off the agitator, used a socket to remove the bolt , pulled the internal parts, followed the simple instructions to replace the defective parts . reinstalled the bolt, and put the top of theagitator back on... ran a test wash, all w ent prefect jesse lutton email@example.com p.s. i will use this product again and recommend it to all my friends.
i took the softener cup out, removed the necessary parts. i removed the screw holding the agitator, replaced the dogs and the parts supplied. replaced the screw and the cup. since i had to wash some clothes, this was the perfect time to test it. i was so thrilled. my machine was fixed and saved a ton of money. thanks to partselect.
removed fabric softner tub,pulled out cap, unscrewed nut that holds agitator , pulled apart top of agitator and replaced dogs that were worn out and broken, reassembled in reverse order, no problem easy to do took 15-30 mins.
took agitater off with socket,removed old parts,installed new kit,lubed neccassary parts,reinstalled and tested works like a charm.I was really surprised at the delivery time,I ordered the parts on monday evening,wednesday morning they were here,thanks guys
Took the fabric softner dispenser off and removed the water barrier seal and removed the bolt. Lifted the entire agitator off and laid the parts out how they came off the washer. took out the new partns and lined them up next to the old ones and replaced. Put the agitator back together and slid it into place on the washer and tightened the bolt. Then I replaced the O-ring on the water barrier and pushed it into place. Works fine.
I removed the softener dispenser and the cap from the center of the agitator. With a socket set I removed the bolt holding the agitator. pulled off the agitator. I could see the worn "ratchet fingers". I ordered the parts and two days later received them. Following the enclosed instructions I fixed it. First time I have ever fixed anything on a washer.
Repair was quite easy, I followed the instructions sent with the repair kit, even thow I pretty much knew what to do because I had had it all apart to find out what the problem was. First took screwdriver and gently pryed off softner dispenser, pulled out cap and seal, remove agitator bolt pull up on auger, remove old agitator cam and replace with new, reassemble unit. the repair kit was received quickly from Parts Select and for what I feel was a good price, thank you!
Noticed a clunking sound in the washer, and got worried that I needed a new washer. I watched the washer in motion and noticed the auger slipping. I took the auger/agitator assembly apart and inspected the parts (dogs completely worn). Did a a Google search for my make/model replacement parts - and PartSelect popped up. I read the repair stories on my washer and purchased the Agitator Repair Kit. I received the kit four days later and began the install.The included directions tell you everything. The toughest part for me was pulling the bearing down on the agitator cam - I just didn't want to break the plastic bearing.No more noise, and the auger is working just fine. A quick and simple fix, and with purchasing the repair kit, I also replaced a couple other parts that showed signs of wear compared to the new ones.
loosened half inch bolt that held agitator in place. removed old and dropped in new.
Removed liquid dispenser from agitator. 7/16" deep socket on extention to remove bolt holding agitator assembly. Assembled the repair kit into the old agitator, put new washer on bolt and installed. Took longer to clean the parts then to make the repair... Thanks for the great website.
Overall, the repair went very easy. About the biggest problem was figuring out how to remove the plastic cap which allows access to the long bolt which holds the entire agitator assembly the motor shaft. But once it was disassembled the rest of the repair was very straightforward. The repair instructions which came with the repair kit was very helpful.
very easy directions. undid nut with socket pulled top part out. and replaced with new piece i got in kit. took around 15 minutes or so.
first removed the top dispenser[softener]by twisting it up.then pry out the round plastic cover that comes with the oring.after removing the coveryou'll see the 3/8 bolt that holds the agitator cam.removing the 3/8 bolt ,you can easily removed the whole agitator assembly and replaced it with the whole kit.on my washing machine the problem is the agitator cam 4 cogs[refer as dog ears,it is worn out completely.replaced it with the whole kit eventhough the problem is only the 4 cogs.the price of the kit is very cheap,and parts is delivered in short time.reminder,put locktite to the bolts thread before installing it back.easy less than 15 minutes installation.
I popped the top off the agitator assembly which exposed a sealed cap. I pulled the cap off with my fingers which exposed a 7/16 bolt head. Using an extension on my ratchet and 7/16" socket, I loosed the bolt and used a small magnet to pull the bolt out which released the agitator rotator. I assembled the kit as per instructions and inserted it into the agitator. It is important to line up the slots on the sides of the agitator. I replaced the bolt, the seam cap and agitator top. I did not use the replacement o ring as it was larger than the one that existed and would not fit. It took around 15 minutes total.
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