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 Posted: Thu Apr 16th, 2009 06:32 pm
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I need to change or tighten the tub seals on my 2-year-old GE washing machine because it's been leaking some and that's where the water is coming from. I did really well right up to the point where you have to remove the agitator attachment nut and take the drive shaft out. What I'm seeing looks like this (see picture). What are those, plastic screws? How do I get that off of there? Thanks for any help you can offer.

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The agitator pulls off of the agitator coupling. Just grab the base of the agitator, slight side to side motion & pull up & off. No screws to remove.

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Okay! I wondered if it was something like that, but I didn't want to get to crazy with it and break it in case that wasn't it. Thanks so much!

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