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Stilltrying3

Member Since 21 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 02 2015 10:21 PM

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In Topic: Maytag SE1000 leaks at bottom tub seal

02 July 2015 - 10:23 PM

Hi Guys,

 

I just wanted to say thank you again.

It is forums like this that make life a lot easier.

 

The time you put into helping others will come

back and bless you many times over.

 

Keep up the good work !

 

Regards,

 

Still Trying


In Topic: Maytag SE1000 leaks at bottom tub seal

29 June 2015 - 06:37 PM

Well ... Willie ...  I am going to let the old girl off to the farm.

 

I have so much on my plate right now, fixing it with what I know is wrong now

will be a burden ... but I think if it broke on me again if I fixed it -

I would have to go out and buy a shotgun to take my frustrations out and 

finish the machine off.

 

You have been a real help.  Do you want me to ship you (free) any easily removable 

and shipable parts ?

 

Thanks for all the time you have put into your most helpful posts.

All your posts were spot-on, clear, and seemingly the exact thing to do.

 

Many thanks,

 

Tom


In Topic: Maytag SE1000 leaks at bottom tub seal

27 June 2015 - 05:05 PM

Well - the parts are all over two bedrooms now.  I spoke with the little lady ( my beloved wife ) today and 

presented the three options of repair or two choices as replacement.

 

If I didn't have to open the tranny to replace the agitator shaft

 ... just sand it ... I might take a shot.  I have gambled with much (MUCH)

higher stakes than $100 before.  Plus - I love to keep golden oldie stuff working.

.... worth lots of hard-headed braggin rights / the old stuff works / lasts much

longer that the new stuff.

 

For Real - can't I just  put a baggie over the leaking part ???

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You guys are GREAT !  love the internet !

 

Tom

 

 


In Topic: Maytag SE1000 leaks at bottom tub seal

27 June 2015 - 09:23 AM

what do the new boards cost and can you easily swap them out ?


In Topic: Maytag SE1000 leaks at bottom tub seal

27 June 2015 - 08:22 AM

REpalcement parts, maybe a few other parts, like an outer tub (big) gasket

GAsket = $15.65

Agitator Shaft + Mt Stem Kit = $72.45

Shaft rubber seal, if not included in above = $8.45

S&H = $6.95

Total about = $103



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