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Maytag Washer Parts


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Old 07-16-2016, 03:52:19 PM
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Just picked up an old prewar Maytag washer today, but it's in need of a few parts. It's missing the hose and spout to drain it, and the wheels are all broken, so I need a set of those and probably the lower legs that they go on, as well as the rubber feet for the lid. Also, does anyone have a service manual so I can see where it needs to be oiled? It's a little stiff at the moment. I'll be putting a 92 on it shortly, since the electric motor caught fire when I plugged it in... Also a little confused about the water pump attached to the motor, I've never seen one on one of these washers before.
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So I dug into it a little more, and it looks like where the wringer drive attaches to the bottom roller is stripped out, so I'm gonna take that to a welding shop to have it repaired, and I can't seem to get the gyrator to loosen up. Any ideas? It's extremely stiff and I can't for the life of me figure out what needs to be greased.
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Old 07-21-2016, 11:51:09 PM
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wish you were close I have 6 or 7 washers in the junk now. Have offered to give them away for years no takers, I guess I did give two away.
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Do you want to part any out? I'd definitely be interested in the parts I listed, and maybe even a wringer drive, since I can't seem to find a good welding shop near me.
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Default Re: Maytag Washer Parts

I realize your pose is a year old, but I was wondering how you made out it securing various parts needed.

I have a few spare parts for the wringer assembly - possibly something you may need. You can reach me at bradross63@gmail.com.

---------- Post added at 11:22:06 AM ---------- Previous post was at 11:19:45 AM ----------

Oh, forgot to mention, I restored a Model 30WP - the kind with a water pump. If you have any questions about the pump, let me know!

Pics of the restoration posted on Flickr ... https://www.flickr.com/photos/446236...57658774939800
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Wringerwasherfan Please check your messages
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