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Maytag washer and dryer

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Hi everyone.  I picked up a Maytag model #142 and it's mate, dryer model #641C this past week.  Both are in very good condition but need a thorough look over.  

 

I'm trying to obtain their service manuals and or parts list for these two appliances.  I understand that parts are scarce but I have read that later models used the same parts.  Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks

 

 

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are you sure of those model numbers ?

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... Maytag model #142 and it's mate, dryer model #641C

c. 1958

 

Automatic Washers & Dryers Owners Manuals / Operating Instructions published by Maytag in our Library...

Automatic Washers & Dryers Sales Literature published by Maytag in our Library...

Automatic Washers & Dryers Service Manuals & Parts Lists published by Maytag in our Library...

http://www.automatice.org/cgi-bin/index.cgi?brand=Maytag=AX

 

http://www.automaticwasher.org/cgi-bin/TD/TD-VIEWTHREAD.cgi?36446

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I think parts are readily available for those models.  Belts, rollers, felt, seal, motor, pump, elements or burner parts.  If I can find them down here in Costa Rica I'm sure that parts select will have them.

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parts are easy to get , most parts same up through the 80's

we get these in from time to time , refurb , and sell quick . people want them , because they work and don't break down

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WOW!!! Never seen that color yet!!!

 

I've seen turquoise blue ones......

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... WOW!!! Never seen that color yet!!!

... as seen on Green Acres

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Great machines. These were made when the Maytag repairman supposedly had nothing to do... I wonder why we don't see similar commercials today? I also wonder why we don't wear bow ties and those snazzy uniforms anymore?

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Thank you Grand Master Funk for the information.

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