“The agitator in my washing machine isn’t agitating!”
Fixing our broken Kenmore Elite top loading washing machine (apparently similar to Whirlpool, Roper and Inglis) turns out to be a really simple 10 minute job. Seriously, if your agitator is slipping don’t call a repairman for this, a twelve year old could probably do it. It’s so easy that I would recommend that if you don’t have a socket wrench and extension (the only tools required) that you buy one rather than call an appliance repair man just to change the agitator clutch. Also, the parts were only $6.
So, my lovely wife informs me that the washing machine is broken. (more…)