01:41PM | 05/27/09
Member Since: 05/26/09
3 lifetime posts
This is a top load model. The top portion of the spinner in the middle does not agitate any longer. Howver the botom still does. I have a replacement. However, i do not know how to remove it. Any thoughts?



05:19PM | 05/27/09
Member Since: 11/11/02
2293 lifetime posts
** kenmore 800 series model 110 **

What is needed to identify the appliance in question is its exact model number. 110 is only the very start of it. If you post the complete model number we can look it up to see what appliance design you're dealing with.

You can find tips for locating the model and serial number identification tag on your appliances at the following link:

- Model Number Tag Search


** The top portion of the [agitator] does not agitate any longer. I have a replacement. However, i do not know how to remove it. **

The link below describes how the agitator auger is serviced on one possible agitator design. Maybe it will give you some ideas for yours as well?



Dan O.

The Appliance Information Site



01:07PM | 05/28/09
Member Since: 05/26/09
3 lifetime posts
The agitator spins in either direction, it should only spin one direction.

Thanks for your help.



01:32PM | 05/28/09
Member Since: 05/26/09
3 lifetime posts
This was a problem i was trying to get to for a year. I knew it would be obvious. Thanks for your help.



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