How to Take Apart a Maytag Washer?

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A person can take apart a Maytag washer by unplugging it from the outlet first. The screws should be removed by utilizing a screwdriver. The front panel screws should also be removed.
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1. Disconnect the Maytag washing machine power cord from the wall. Turn off the water at the wall spigots. Pull the washer away from the rear wall and set a bucket under the water
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1. Work the action, or the gun's firing mechanism, to make sure spent shells are removed from the chamber and any remaining unfired shells are removed from the magazine. Leave the
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1. Disable the water flow to the kitchen or bathroom faucets, depending on where you are removing the cabinets. Use a plumber's wrench to disconnect and remove the pipes from beneath
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How to Take Apart a Maytag Washer
The best way to make repairs on your Maytag washer is to take the washer cabinet apart. When you take apart the Maytag washer you will have full access to all of the working mechanisms inside the washer. This makes repairs quicker, and will also provide... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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It is always advisable to have a professional look at a Maytag washer should repairs need to be made. Some choose to do the disassembling on their own and will take apart a Maytag washer whether or not they know how to do this. Care should be taken if this is done to lay out all parts in the order you take them off and be sure not to mix up or lose any parts. Consult a Maytag repair manual or repairman for more help should this be too big of a job.
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