Washing machines with agitators are available at retail outlets such as Home Depot and Lowe's. All are top-load models and include brands such as Whirlpool, LG and GE. The agitator style washing machines tend to be small... More »

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Videos on how to repair washing machine agitators are available on YouTube. These videos include troubleshooting, a required tool list and tips on fixing a few basic problems. More »

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Front loading or top loading washing machines without agitators typically use less water and clean more efficiently and effectively than traditional washing machines with agitators. Washing machines without agitators are... More »

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The easiest away to compare different washing machine brands is to search websites of retail outlets, such as the Home Depot or Lowe's, and use the compare washer options. Depending on the company, prices, specifications... More »

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Washing machines can stop agitating because of faulty motor couplings or non-functioning agitator dogs. Agitator dogs are plastic devices that can become stripped when they grab onto the agitator during the wash cycle. More »

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Washing machines are not essential to life, but they save labor and time and have benefited human health. Because cleaning clothes was long considered woman's work, washing machines have also helped free women from house... More »

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Washing machines can contain two types of filters: a lint filter to trap lint and stray fibers and a filter screen at the end of the water supply hoses that collects small particles. Each type of filter can be easily cle... More »