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Maytag 30 electric motor parts


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Old 05-25-2015, 07:34:42 PM
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Default Maytag 30 electric motor parts

The two steel sandwich rubber isolators for the factory Maytag electric motor mount have had the rubber melt/dissolve. Do any of you know a source for those?

If there isn't a source for OEM replacements, I can probably rebuild these by bonding rubber between the plates. Looks like 3M 1300 adhesive would work fine. But...what sort of rubber? Neoprene with a fabric core?

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Default Re: Maytag 30 electric motor parts

i have gotten many rubber isolators to what i think you are describing over at mc master carr they call them vibration isolators
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Default Re: Maytag 30 electric motor parts

This is what I'm looking at. I'm thinking either 1/8" thick neoprene or Buna-N glued to the metal disks with 3M 1300 adhesive should do the trick unless someone has seen new/repro ones for sale somewhere.



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Default Re: Maytag 30 electric motor parts

Never posted back with how the mounts turned out last summer. The first ones I glued up came apart after running the washer for a bit. I didn't let the glue cure properly. So...back apart they came. Cut new neoprene rings and glued up again, this time weighted and properly cured. Appear to be working perfectly after a number of months.



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Where did you find the Neoprene material for the motor mounts on your Delco electric motor for your Maytag Model 30 wringer washer?
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I believe I ordered it through McMaster-Carr.
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