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dogpatch wrote:
Is it worth a Sears repair bill?
I don't know of anything that's worth that!

But it's probably worth replacing those agitator dawgs:

http://fixitnow.com/appliantology/wpdd_dogs.htm



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I am replacing my agitator dawgs per these http://fixitnow.com/appliantology/wpdd_dogs.htm instructions. If look at step 14, I cannot find the seal.   Can this seal be found somewhere locally in a hardware store?  I take it that Home Depot and Lowes do not sell agitator supply kits?  How about grease?  Do I need to purchase special grease and where do I apply it? Here is a grease link http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=536552.

 

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Could not edit my post (???).

 

The whirlpool washer is model number is LST 7233AW0.

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jp wrote:
Could not edit my post (???).

That's ok, I can. ;)


As for the seal in step 14, some models don't have it. If yours doesn't have it, don't worry about it.



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Ok thanks.

 

what about the grease question?:shock:

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also, who would carry the agitator repair kit (besides online which includes shipping charges)?:D

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jp wrote:
also, who would carry the agitator repair kit (besides online which includes shipping charges)?:D
Who else is helping you through your problem? ;)



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so far just you and the online instructions.

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Then you have the answer to your question about the agitator repair kit, wouldn't you say?



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Samurai Appliance Repair Man wrote: jp wrote:
also, who would carry the agitator repair kit (besides online which includes shipping charges)?:D
Who else is helping you through your problem? ;)

 

 

OK I get it. Buy from this web site.  Grasshopper I am.:D

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Ah, grasshopper, you have snatched the pebble from my hand. :samurai:

As for the grease, lithium grease will do just fine.



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