July 27th, 2006, 09:03 PM
maytag part# question
i have a neptune selector switch that in trying to see where the part # is, or really what it is in the jumble of numbers/letters on the back so i can look it up online and do more in the future. There are pics of the part to give you a visuial idea of the part and this is what exactly ot says on the back:
ARK-LES 86 92 031/032/096 MAYTAG NO. 6 2702100W
15A 1/2 HP 125-250VAC 60HZ 6 2702110A
12.5A 1/2 HP 125-250VAC 50HZ 6 2710910Q
That is pretty much just how it looks on the back.
What in the part# so that i can look it up on lets say on repairclinic? thanx have a great day!
July 28th, 2006, 05:45 AM
*I* don't believe the numbers on the switch can be used...most appear to be manufacturing numbers and not "part" numbers.
W - white buttons.
A - almond buttons.
Q - bisque buttons.
Model# and first 2-3 digits of the serial number are normally needed to look up parts for most Maytags.
Washer part ( most not all ) start with 2200
part number 22002268 ( just an example )
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