February 9th, 2011, 02:27 AM
Maytag washer squeaks.
Bought a used washer and dryer, from a couple that looked like they had cared for it. They had mentioned to me that it would make a squeak sound
once when it quits spinning and once when it turns off. They said it developed the squeak shortly after they purchased ,hasn,t gotten any worse
and I guess they just lived with it. What's wrong with it and is there any budget fix ups that can be done as it's not worth spending a lot of money to fix it. Any help would be appreciated.
February 9th, 2011, 11:51 AM
Yes, you will need the Brake and Rotor Lining and Brake Stator. When I worked at Montgomery Ward in the 90's I was changing about 2 or 3 of these a month.
The brake tool is a must to change these parts.
The part number for the Brake and Rotor Lining is 21002010
The part number for the Brake Stator is 35-6918
You may also want to examine the condition if the Thrust bearing assembly. Check to make sure it doesn't show signs of excessive wear.
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