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Posted 16 April 2005 - 04:43 AM

Carl wrote:

Oh Great and Honorable Samurai:
I dearly wish to live by your words of wisdom, but they do not apply to the model of Maytag Dryer I own. It is a Maytag gas Neptune, model MDG3000AWW. I need to know the tear down of it. Basically, how do I get into the frakking thing! It is not like the teardown in http://fixitnow.com/...isassembly.html
I know I will be buying some idler/bearing parts as it squeals as loudly as a wet Geisha!
Thank you for your wisdom :-)
Carl Davis



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