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Whirlpool Washing Machine Top Load LSC9355AN0 agitator frozen

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The agitator will not budge at all, and when turned on there is a lound noise, maybe from the motor. I checked the pump and motor coupling and they are fine. Is this the transmission frozen? Clutch? Please help!

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Justin P.

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Had the same problem, just hade to replace the agitator.there are teeth on it and it was stripped out.

Posted on Feb 25, 2008

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When i start my washing machine the water runs ,but theres no movement from agitater.what could be the problem?theres no noise,but the running of my machine.

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If the coupling is not cracked the transmission is bad. you need to remove the motor to check the coupling. looking under the wash you might not be able to see a hair line crack in the coupling

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**(((If the motor couple is in good condition, replace the agitator components and clutch assembly as well.)))

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