The O-Ring is included with this cap. It can be purchased separately as Part #WPW10072840.
Works with the following brands:
Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Maytag, Kenmore
Works with the following products:
Washer, Washer Dryer Combo
Fixes the following symptoms:
Will not agitate, Leaking, Does not dispense fabric softener or detergent, Marks left on clothes
Part# WPW10074580 replaces these:
AP6014843, 285551, 3347290, 3354733, W10074580
Videos For installing this part.
Replacing your Agitator Cap Barrier with Seal
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January 8, 2022
#1 I watched your video on removing the Agitator Cap Barrier with Seal and it looked extremely easy but it will not come off for me. I don't want break the plastic. Do you have any suggestions on how to remove it?
#2 the other thing is the softener dispenser. The one I have is not as long as the one in your video. Mine actually looks like the one in the parts diagram that you show on your website. It comes as an assembly. What I need to know is the part inside the assembly is shaped like a cone. Does the suppose point upward or down ward, in the assembly?
Thank you for your time.
For model number 11029822800
Hello George, Thank you for your inquiry. You can try using a flat head screw driver or putty knife to gently pry up the sides of the cap or alternatively use a little bit of soap or oil to loosen the cap. The videos are made for multiple models and are designed to give you a general idea of the repair. The top part of the dispenser should say liquid fabric softener dispenser, and the tapered part should point downward. Good luck with your repair.
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I watched the videos before I ordered the part and when the order arrived I replaced the parts with no problems. The most time consuming part of the job was cleaning the washer. You will be surprised to find what will accumulate down there after years of service. The order came in in record time so this site gets an A+ for being fast and accurate. No back-orders either. I will surely use for any-other parts I need in the future.
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